21 November 2023 5.30pm – 8.30pm Community City, University of London


Join the IWFM Risings FMs Network for an interactive FM compliance game and networking opportunity.

Health, safety and environmental management is a fundamental part of business. But for many reasons, justified or not, it can be seen as costly, a burden, an inhibitor and even nonsensical. Add in changing legislation, conflicting advice, and C-suite belief it can all make creating confidence in your compliance feel a little bit of a ‘game show’.

Sharing with you over 30 years’ experience in making health and safety work for organisations, Greg Davies of Assurity Consulting considers the current situation, and asks and answers some of the questions in this entertaining and thought-provoking presentation, so join him for this interactive session and play “The compliance conundrum”.

5.30pm: Arrival
6pm: Welcome - IWFM Rising FMs committee / Introduction - IWFM Newcomer of the Year 2023 Award winner Darwin Lloyd, ISS UK
6.15pm: ‘The compliance conundrum’ - Greg Davies, Assurity Consulting followed by Q&A
7.15pm: Networking
8.30pm: Event close

Refreshments will be provided.


City, University of London


Assurity Consulting



Greg Davies

Director of Market Development, Assurity Consulting

Greg has worked for over 32 years in health, safety and environmental compliance management covering aspects including Legionella, H&S, fire, asbestos, building environment quality, energy, waste and sustainability.

A degree-qualified microbiologist and registered expert witness, he joined Assurity Consulting in 1989. Greg is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health, Specialist Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) and currently Chair’s both the IWFM Sustainability Special Interest Group and IIRSM London Branch committee

Greg is a regular blogger and contributor to our industry press, with over 250 articles published on environmental management/sustainability, health and safety and risk. He chaired the CIBSE committee that revised TM13, was the author of the original IWFM good practise guide to risk management and has been survey lead for the IWFM sustainability in FM survey for the last 8 years.

On subjects ranging from water management to the “Red Tape Challenge” Greg has also spoken at events for, or been involved with, organisations including Defra, PHE, IIRSM, DECC, BSC, RICS, CIEH, BSRIA, CIBSE, IWFM, IOSH, CIEH and the London Health and Safety Group