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This event has now taken place
Right to Know Asbestos in Schools Wales Campaign is hosting an event at the Senedd on Tuesday 30th April.
It is being hosted by Nick Ramsay AM and Chair of the Cross Party Group on Asbestos, to raise awareness of the campaign.
To raise awareness of the campaign, which is calling for the first national online register of asbestos in schools in Wales, to be created. It is to help protect those that teach learn and work in our schools from the potential risk of exposure to deadly asbestos. Following the speakers we would like to invite you to network.
The evening will be introduced by Nick Ramsay, AM
Michael Lees, Asbestos in Schools Group, England
Dr Richard Attanoos, Consultant Pathologist at Llandough Hospital and Spire Hospital,Cardiff
David Evans, Vice-President Wales TUC, Regional Secretary NUT
Cenric Clement-Evans, Chair of Right to Know Asbestos in Schools Wales and NewLaw Solicitor
Date: Tuesday 30th April 2013
Location: The Oriel, National Assembly for Wales, Senedd
6:00pm Drinks and canapes on arrival
6:15pm Introduction - Nick Ramsay
7:20pm Speakers finish
How to book
For more information or to book a place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 0333 321 7056.
Numbers are strictly limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any dietary or special requirements please let us know on booking.
To view the invitation in Welsh version please click here.
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