COVID-19 and getting back to work: Environment Analyst’s latest panel

June 22, 2020

Date: 23 June 2020

Time: 11.30–13.00 BST

Cost: FREE


RSK Geosciences Director Neil Hutchinson will be joining Environment Analyst on 23 June for a virtual panel discussion on “Getting back to work: Managing the Impact of COVID-19”. The fourth event in the series will discuss the impact of the coronavirus crisis as many companies are returning to sites and offices, and are faced with how to manage in the ‘new normal’.

Following the success of Environment Analyst’s previous virtual panel discussions on managing COVID-19 in the brownfield community, they are pleased to announce this fourth event, which will provide another opportunity for the brownfield community to come together, a few weeks on, and discuss the impact of the coronavirus crisis as many companies are getting back to work.

For this session, they have brought together a mix of both previous and new panellists:

  • Neil Hutchinson, Managing Director–Geosciences, RSK Group
  • George Evans, Managing Director, Soilfix
  • Pat Hayes, Managing Director, Be First.

The discussion will be moderated by Ian Grant from Environment Analyst.

Once the panellists have shared their thoughts, the discussion will be opened up to the wider audience for an interactive Q&A session, giving you the opportunity to discuss your pressing issues with the panellists. There will also be the opportunity to network with fellow attendees using Environment Analyst’s new networking platform.

This panel discussion is free to attend and a recording will be made available on the Environment Analyst website after the initial broadcast.

You can register your place here.

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