Tascomi are delighted to be attending and exhibiting at the annual CIEH Wales Conference being held at the Hilton Hotel, Cardiff on the 20th – 21st April 2016.
Furthermore, Tascomi are thrilled to be the Platinum Sponsors of this years annual Conference. Bryan Snowden, Business Consultant at Tascomi who will be in attendance at the event commented, “Tascomi is very pleased to support the excellent, professional work done by CIEH Cymru-Wales by attending their 2016 Annual Conference in Cardiff as the Platinum Sponsor.”
The opportunity to be Platinum Sponsor is a clear demonstration of our ongoing commitment to Wales, having been successfully appointed as the single provider of Public Protection and Building Control Software via a framework agreement between 19 of the 22 Welsh Local Authorities. This framework, or Public Protection Cymru, is a pioneering, innovative and collaborative project, delivering digital transformational change to the delivery of Local Government Public Protection services across Wales.
Public Protection Cymru is currently nominated for the All Wales Continuous Improvement Community’s (AWCIC) Annual Awards 2016 for ‘Collaboration’ and ‘Innovation’. The Awards are an exciting annual event hosted by Good Practice Wales, which serve as an important recognition of the hard work being carried out by Public Sector continuous improvement practitioners throughout Wales.
The CIEH Wales conference provides an opportunity to showcase our innovative and industry-leading Public Protection software solution for office and mobile workers.
We look forward to connecting with you there.
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Cymru-Wales is a membership organisation for environmental health professionals living and working in Wales.
The Cymru-Wales region organises high-value courses and events for members and non-members on a broad range of management, environmental health and public health subjects. Their aims are to keep both their members and their colleagues up to date with knowledge of important current and emerging issues, and to encourage the development of their skills for improving performance in the workplace.