The Hackitt Review Update Seminar will be held on 3 December at the Cavendish Conference Centre, London. Not yet booked your place? Read our top 10 reasons you should attend.
Top 10 reasons you should attend the Hackitt Review Update Seminar
26 November 2018
1. The government response is imminent
Ensure you stay up to date on this topical subject and learn how it may impact your business.
Gain a clear and coherent insight into the direction of travel the government is headed following one of the worst fire tragedies of recent times.
3. Legislative change
At present, the regulatory framework covering the life cycle of high rise residential buildings is highly complex, and involves multiple routes with regulators and duty holders working under several different pieces of often overlapping legislation. What the Hackitt Review described in its report represents an integrated systemic shift, which will take time to fully implement and elements of which will require primary legislation.
4. Topical sessions from fire industry professionals
Learn from fire professionals who are experts in their field, and can help you understand how your business will need to adapt in this changing environment.
5. Get involved and ask your questions to experts
As with all of our seminars, our expert speakers will sit together on a panel at the end of the day, and will be available for you to pose your questions to them.
6. Nick Coombe, strategic technical advisor at London Fire Brigade and NFCC vice chair
Nick Coombe will cover what the proposed changes will mean for the fire and rescue service. He is the NFCC representative on the Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council, and is a member of the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) Risk Assessment Panel, as well as contributing to the DCLG and other fire safety guides.
7. Brian Martin, Department for Communities and Local Government
Brian Martin will be providing clarification on the ban of combustible materials including cladding on new buildings.
8. Howard Passey, The Fire Protection Association
Howard will be discussing the recommendations, implications and cultural shift required to meet the forthcoming changes and challenges regarding the update in legislation.
9. Exhibitor line up
We have a range of high profile suppliers exhibiting at this event who are helping to influence change within the fire sector.
10. A central London venue
The Cavendish Conference Centre is in a fantastic location in the West End of London. The seminar will run between 10am and 4pm, and lunch will be provided.
Tickets are available HERE.
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*This event has been awarded 4 IFE CPD hours.