Frazer-Nash is a gold sponsor of the Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) Environmental and Safety Assurance Symposium (ESAS18), which will take place on 18 and 19 September at Abbey Wood.
Experts from the company will be discussing aspects of the Ministry of Defence's Project Oriented Environmental Management System (POEMS) at the event. John Dent and Ian Tarplee will present 'POEMS and sustainability - is POEMS sustainable?' on 18 September; while on 19 September, Emma McElwaine will discuss 'Mandated POEMS - how does POEMS add value?'
Frazer-Nash's Mark Jones will also chair a session on 'Safety Professionalism and Competence' on 19 September.
ESAS18 is the UK Ministry of Defence's flagship equipment safety and environmental event, attended by over 500 people from the MOD, industry and academia over the two-day period. This year's event will consider the effects of disruptive technologies in a disruptive world, including autonomous systems, digital assurance and data systems, human factors, and artificial intelligence.
For more information about ESAS18, visit https://esas2018.co.uk/.
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