FIRE Conference 2021

LOCATION: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London

DATE: 09 November 2021 09:00

DURATION: 1 Day

The UK’s leading fire safety conference is back for 2021. On 9 November the FPA, IFE and NFCC will once again join forces to deliver a packed programme on the latest industry trends and tackle future challenges facing all areas of fire safety – learning lessons, shaping the future.

Times Radio presenter, Aasmah Mir returns to chair this year’s conference which will cover a variety of themes affecting all types of stakeholders in the sector. Our expert speakers will provide a refreshing and actionable take on these key challenges. These themes include collaboration and efficiency, competence and culture in fire and beyond, equality and diversity, and responsibility and accountability to name a few.

Join us in a unique space for key industry decision makers to come together collaboratively to discuss and debate sector issues head on. The 2021 conference will be delivered in a hybrid format, meaning you can attend in person or online. Whichever way you attend, you will have the opportunity to get involved and help us shape the future of fire safety.

Last year's digital conference saw more than 400 delegates book their place to stay in the know on the latest trends. Book your place today to avoid disappointment.

Day delegate ticket: £250.00 + VAT

Day delegate ticket (Members): £200 + VAT

Online delegate ticket: £100.00 + VAT

To enquire about sponsorship and exhibiting at the 2021 conference, email: jwyatt@thefpa.co.uk

Download our Fire 2021 Media Opportunities brochure.

 

Programme Highlights

Times Radio presenter, Aasmah Mir returns to chair this year’s conference which will cover a variety of themes affecting all types of stakeholders in the sector. Our expert speakers will provide a refreshing and actionable take on these key challenges. Themes include collaboration and efficiency, competence and culture in fire and beyond, equality and diversity, and responsibility and accountability to name a few. For details of the sessions, please click Book Now to visit the event booking website.

  • all involved in management of the built environment
  • construction management and planning
  • fire and rescue services
  • local government building planning and management roles
  • fire safety managers
  • risk managers

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