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Join UKATA to Celebrate International Women’s Day 2024

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UKATA is delighted to announce that Craig Evans and Debbie Nixon of the senior leadership team will be attending the annual Ladies' Lunch event on March 8, 2024, hosted by Mesothelioma UK at The Manchester Mariott Victoria & Albert Hotel.

Mesothelioma UK is the national charity for anyone affected by mesothelioma. They exist to support people with mesothelioma to live better and live longer and to prevent mesothelioma happening to future generations. This is achieved by advocating for better treatment and care, enhancing quality of life, supporting research, and amplifying the patient’s voice.

Ladies’ Lunch 2024 coincides with International Women’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality.

Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy a 3-course meal while being inspired by a lineup of engaging speakers. Additionally, there will be entertainment with the opportunity to raise vital funds for the charity through raffles, auctions, and the golden envelope reveal.

Speaking of the event, UKATA’s Senior Operations Manager, Debbie Nixon said "I’m honoured to be invited to attend the Ladies' Lunch event, especially on such a significant day as International Women's Day. This event is not only about celebrating the achievements of women but also about coming together to support those affected by mesothelioma. I encourage you to reach out for tickets if you haven’t secured yours as only a handful of tickets remain available”.

UKATA, a leading association, is dedicated to enhancing the quality and standards of asbestos training with the aim to shield workers and the public from the hazards of asbestos exposure.

The association collaborates closely with its members to guarantee that they have access to the latest information, training resources, and industry updates. They provide a suite of support services to assist them in accomplishing their training objectives. Their membership encompasses a diverse array of organisations involved in asbestos training, including training providers, asbestos removal contractors, consultants, and equipment suppliers.

UKATA is fervent about promoting safe and responsible working practices, committed to working with members and partners to realise a shared vision of protecting workers and the public from the hazards linked with asbestos exposure.

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Published on Wednesday 14th February 2024