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Published Wed, Jul 3rd 2019

AFI’s Brian Parker takes on 3rd ZIGGURAT bike ride for the construction and built environment sector

United Kingdom 03/07/2019 - AFI’s Business Development Manager (Technical Support) Brian Parker is taking up a 326-mile, 4-day cycling journey from London to Compiegne in the 3rd annual ZIGGURAT challenge.

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ZIGGURAT is the annual bike ride for the construction and built environment sector. This year’s Ziggurat challenge is heading to the Battlefields of France on the 18th – 22nd September. Brian is helping to raise money for Action Medical Research; a charity that supports hundreds of thousands of children and babies who are devastated by disease and disability.

Please help by sponsoring Brian in raising money for Action Medical Research for Children by visiting his page: www.justgiving.com/72bparker

Brian has raised over £5,000 by completing the Ziggurat 2017 and 2018 rides. Brian, a keen cyclist has held several senior health and safety roles within the working at height sector, including 15 years as a senior IPAF training instructor. He is an IPAF UK Council member and Chairman of the PASMA Training Committee. He is a current member of the IPAF Training Committee, as well as being an active member of the Strategic Forum Plant Safety Group MEWPs Committee. Brian also sits on the HAE Tools, Plant & Equipment Board. Brian is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor and is extremely passionate about raising awareness of the issues around mental health throughout the construction sector.

www.afi-group.co.uk
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Contact information

Kirstie Colledge
AFI Group


024 7590 1075
https://www.afi-group.co.uk

We provide high quality powered access machine hire and sales, industry-accredited training and health & safety courses to ensure that anyone working at height is doing it at the safest, most professional way. From only three UK depots and 270 machines in 2002, we have expanded to 30 locations in the UK and six in the Middle East. We now have a fleet of more than 7,000 powered access machines and provide training for more than 25,000 people each year.

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