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FPA Building a Safer Future Seminar 17/07/19
Friday 21st June 2019
BAFE Sponsored Event
Following a commitment to improve fire safety regulations within the built environment, 6 June saw the government provide a strong indication on areas, in which we can expect to see long-awaited change.
These new proposals are intended to put residents at the heart of a new regulatory system and provide clarity to what has previously been an ambiguous area.
Our seminar will endeavour to unravel the government’s response, addressing the detail of proposed changes to both the building regulations and regulatory system. We will look at standards, testing and approvals for fire protection products and services as well as the proposed new competence regime. Our renowned panel of industry leading expert speakers will include Ian Moore, Nick Combe, Tony Corcoran and Howard Passey, with speakers to be confirmed from MHCLG and BSI.
The seminar will take place on Wednesday 17 July, 10:00-16:00 at the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire to discuss the following areas:
- Summary of the Hackitt review and key outcomes
- Competence/3rd Party
- How will the enforcement regulation landscape evolve?
- Competence Regime
- Standards, testing and approvals
- Responsible person
To book, please follow this link https://www.thefpa.co.uk/training/courses_detail.building-a-safer-future-seminar-a-call-for-evidence.html
An exclusive 10% discount code is available for all BAFE Registered Companies. Please contact the BAFE office for this.
Jonathan O'Neill urges Government to “get on with it” and mandate Third Party Certification Thursday 7th November 2019
Fire Sector Federation acknowledges the Governments’ step change into action on building fire safety Wednesday 22nd January 2020
Government open consultation regarding fire safety in existing buildings Tuesday 21st January 2020
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