BESA Webinar Schedule

Don't miss out on the must see free webinars for the building services sector.

Webinars will be back in September - watch this space!

If you would like to put forward a webinar topic or would like to speak on one please get in touch as we would love to hear from you:  


Wednesday 7 September

Focus on risk to optimise your maintenance strategy

SFG20 have created a series of three webinars on the topic of "How to optimise your maintenance strategy". Registration is now live for webinar 2, “Focus on risk to optimise your maintenance strategy,” where we’ll discuss the commercial impact to organisations of not being able to perform due to non-continuity of operation, optimising a maintenance strategy by blending approaches, the role of asset availability and the tools that you can use to put risk at the heart of your decision making process 

More information here

Tuesday 13 September

Creating Better RAMS in less time

This webinar is aimed at everyone involved in writing, reviewing or monitoring risk assessments and method statements (RAMS)

In this webinar, HandsHQ will discuss the challenges health & safety professionals face with paper-based RAMS and solutions to improve quality, productivity and process.

More information HERE


It's not just us that think the webinars are great...

Peter Curtis

Briggs and Forrester

Morning David, You and your team at BESA have really stepped up to the mark in these challenging times, by the support you have provided to its members. We at Briggs & Forrester appreciate it and personally, it provides me with pleasure to be part of the association. Well done all!

Jacquie Price


Thanks for the webinar today – really helpful and informative.



Dennis Towers

H. Malone & Sons Ltd

Just a thank you for Friday’s webinar, some useful information from yourself and your colleagues.


Alan Gregory

Independent Air Quality Consultancy Services Ltd

This daily webinar is a great help in getting the latest guidance and updates on what is a continuing developing situation. Thanks, David Frise, to you and all your team, keep the good work and keep well.