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Coming Soon! ASB Powers Webinar

6th October 2020 Training

Coming on 3 November at 2pm, this webinar will focus on a solution-focused approach to noise and ASB with speakers Tim Everett, former President of the CIEH, Janine Green, ASB expert, and Ian Marriner, the RIAMS Chief Editor.

The themes that will be covered during this webinar will include ‘Harm centre approach to ASB issues’, ‘Use of ASB tools for nuisance cases’ and ‘Enforcement action and mental health’.

Book your free place here.

Why should you attend?
“With a subjective test and varying perceptions, expectations and tolerance, defining ASB can be challenging. Whilst tempting to have a list of behaviours that are ASB, it has long been recognised that the behaviour type alone should not be the only factor that dictates how serious a report of ASB is and what the proportionate response to it should be. Often referred to as a ‘harm-centred approach’, this session will explore how best to assess reports of ASB, to ensure that we prioritise that which is causing the most harm and protect vulnerable victims”

Janine Green, ASB Expert and Speaker

If you have any questions you would like to submit in line with these topics that you would like discussed in the webinar, please send them through to info@rheglobal.com.

Book your free place here.