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Why Product Traceability Matters
How can digital innovation be used to drive productivity, efficiencies, and safety through robust product identification?

Product traceability matters. As a manufacturer, safety across the supply chain is one of your biggest concerns. How can you protect your customers and show your commitment to responsible manufacturing in a long-lasting, meaningful way?

We have an amazing speaker line-up for this live event, covering all sides of the built environment from product manufacturing, design to building and asset management.

Hear from our panel of cross-sector experts who share their perspectives on issues, challenges and solutions for traceability in the built environment and learn how you can address these problems and drive safety across the supply chain through improved product traceability.

Dec 2, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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This Webinar is co-hosted by both Barbour ABI and BSI.

Speakers

Dan Rossiter
Sector Lead Built Environment @BSI
Chartered Architectural Technologist Dan Rossiter FCIAT is an active supporter of the built environment at the national and international level. Nationally, Dan provides digital transformation thought leadership at the British Standards Institution and is an ambassador for the UK BIM Alliance and the National Digital Twin programme. Internationally, Dan convenes CEN and ISO terminology and strategy working groups relating to digital within the built environment. Dan has applied his knowledge and expertise to his award-winning blog “There's No BIM Like Home”; practicing what he preaches through transparency, plain language and engaging examples using his own mid-terrace home in South Wales.
Adam Turk
Chief Executive Officer @Siderise
Adam Turk is CEO of Siderise, and has spent over thirty years in the construction products sector, having previously worked for Polypipe, British Gypsum, Jeld-Wen and Baxi. He is also Chair of the Construction Products Association’s Marketing Integrity Group which has been responsible for developing the new Code for Construction Product Information. Siderise are market leaders of passive fire solutions for the building envelope, and have been an early adopter of the Identify program.
Carl Collins
Head of Digital Engineering @CIBSE
Carl began using CAD in 1983 with the first commercial release of AutoCad with experience in Electro-Optic Instrument systems and building services, having studied and practiced as a mechanical design engineer. As well as being highly conversant with document control and IT systems, Carl is an experienced user and manager of AutoDesk products, including AutoCad and Revit. Carl was BIM Leader and Pioneer for Arup Associates and Global Content Leader for Arup for over 12 years. Carl has worked with various standards institutions writing the standards that support BIM in the UK and internationally. Carl is now a Head of Digital Engineering at CIBSE.
Dagan Herculson
Head of Group Supply Chain @Berkeley Group
Dagan is Head of Supply Chain for the Berkeley Group, a FTSE 100 company who builds homes and neighbourhoods across London, Birmingham and the South of England, supporting 11,000 jobs. He has over 20 years experience in construction procurement with blue chip main contractors and developers. Working across the six autonomous companies within the Berkeley Group, Dagan’s role also covers; quality, climate action, modernised production and future skills. Dagan is an active member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Construction Senior Leaders Group and sits on Grenfell Industry Response Groups 11 (Procurement) and 12 (Products), he is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Building. Starting his career at John Laing as a Graduate Management Trainee, Dagan’s career history includes a five year stint with Mowlem. Where he was responsible for developing, implementing and running their largest Strategic Supply Agreement and an eight year spell at Laing O’Rourke.
Kath Fontana
Managing Director @Mitie Projects
Kath is Managing Director, Projects at Mitie PLC, a Past President of RICS and a Non Exec Director of the UK BIM Alliance. She has developed her career in the built environment over thirty years, progressing to senior roles in property, FM and construction across a range of sectors. Now a highly experienced and influential industry leader, she is committed to pay it forward. She is active in driving change in the built environment, and is a passionate promoter of technology, social impact and diversity. In her ‘day job’ she has autonomous accountability for Mitie’s capital works projects division, delivering construction services to private and public sector blue-chip clients, across a range of business-critical and regulated environments - leading a team of over 1000 staff to successfully deliver. Kath has been active in the development of information management for the operational phase of assets for many years and in 2020 she took up a Non-exec role with the UK BIM Alliance.