19th July 2022

Quality Management in the built environment

Our speaker Gena Ibraev, Head of Assurance at Sir Robert McAlpine joins this webinar covering the importance of Quality Management within the built environment.

This one hour webinar will cover the importance of quality management within the built environment, how to use the new industry standard and the benefits it can deliver.

With an overview provided by Sir Robert McAlpine's Head of Assurance, Gena Ibraev, this session will provide the attendees with a better understanding of the the implementation methods and aims of BS99001. The webinar will also provide an opportunity to put any questions they may have to the experts in advance and a post-event copy of all presentations will be made available afterwards.

This webinar is designer for those who wish to better understand the relationship between quality management and the built environment. Industries such as construction, design and architecture, procurement and manufacturing will all be affected by the new standards and this webinar will help provide those with a comprehensive introduction to BS 99001 from all industry stakeholders.

Gena's prior experience and the current involvement in cross-discipline management systems implementation, auditing and assurance, gives him the opportunity to holistically evaluate risks and opportunities faced by businesses up and down the construction supply chains, as well as individual projects and joint ventures. Gena Ibraev is an active member of the BSI technical committee responsible for the development of the BS 99001 standard.

19th July 2022



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Our speaker

  • Gena Ibraev

    Head of Assurance

    Gena Ibraev is a Member of the UK Chartered Quality Institute (CQI), with qualifications in Occupational Health & Safety Management, Security Management and Risk Management from UK professional bodies. He has 17 years of international experience in construction and energy sectors.

Event Summary

  • Event Location: Online

    Date: 19.07.22 - 19.07.22

    Time: 12:00 - 13:00

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