Here’s why you should join us for our
PPE Next Steps webinar…
To buy, or not to buy, that is the question.
When you are buying products to protect your colleagues, it’s not always an easy question to answer. PPE never used to be thought of as an everyday item, protective equipment was considered to be solely for use in specialised environments and certain sectors.
Those experienced in buying it were familiar with the purchasing process, they understood the need to source equipment compliant with the latest legislation and which conformed to safety standards.
The onset of the pandemic has changed that. Now organisations in industries that have never previously thought of buying PPE want to invest in it to protect their staff.
So as we start to plan for restrictions being eased and for a gradual return to the office, shop, warehouse or workplace, each of us needs to know if we need to use PPE and, if so, what the best options are.
In order to help businesses navigate the amount of good and bad information out there, Commercial’s experts have come together with others from the industry to arm you with the information you need.
Our webinar has been designed to help you cut through the noise, separate the wheat from the chaff and to give you confidence in the products that you are buying.
I’ve put together a panel of experts ecompassing the entire process from raw materials to the finished, delivered product – with a special focus on it being compliant and conforming to safety legislation.
I will be your host, sharing real life stories – good, bad and even the downright scary - from my 30 years in the industry. It will be Information that I definitely believe will help you avoid some of the pitfalls that are out there.
Darren Washbourne - chief commercial officer at Beeswift, the preferred partner of Commercial and the UK’s largest manufacturer and wholesaler of PPE - will give insight into both products and distribution capabilities.
By the end of the webinar, you will gain a greater understanding of the steps a manufacturer goes through to ensure the products they supply meet safety standards.
Paul Manning - membership manager for the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF), the UK’s trade body for the safety industry - will talk through the processes the BSIF go through to ensure each piece of PPE is compliant with the latest legislation.
If you are in procurement, health and safety, facilities or part of a Covid-19 team at your organisation, or have questions to ask about sourcing PPE, I would sincerely recommend you join us for what I believe will be a great webinar discussion on 28 January.