Fire Sector Summit
The Fire Sector Summit is the leading industry forum for key decision makers and influencers from across the fire sector.
Boasting talks and workshops by leading UK fire professionals, this year’s event will undoubtedly attract a wide range of delegates.
The aim of the Summit is to encourage discussion and debate on the sector’s most recent developments and themes, and act as a catalyst for change within the world of fire safety.
Previous years have influenced tangible transitions in the sphere of fire safety, and this year we will be focusing on Brexit, the future of the insurance landscape and much more. Post Grenfell and the Hackitt Review there is no better time for the industry to come together and make a real difference.
|Drinks reception on the terrace pavilion|
|19:00 - 22:30||Houses of Parliament|
This year we are delighted to present to guests, the opportunity to attend our drinks reception at the Houses of Parliament. A chance to network and continue discussing the day's themes, alongside other FPA/RISCAuthority members. Tickets for this event can be bought along with Summit bookings or independently.
Confirmed Fire Sector Summit Plenary Sessions
Plenary 1: Industry Response Group updates - Graham Watts, Chief Executive, Construction Industry Council
Plenary 2: The insurance landscape for 2019 and beyond - James Dalton, Director General, Association of British Insurers
Plenary 3: Fire safety on modern warships - speaker TBC
National Fire Chief Council updates – Roy Wilsher, Chairman
Evaluating the impacts of Glasgow's fires - Lewis Ramsay, Director of Response and Resilience, City of Glasgow Fire and Rescue Service
More speakers and full programme details to be announced soon.
Summit chair - Charlotte Hawkins
We are delighted to have Charlotte Hawkins returning to chair the Fire Sector Summit for the second year running. As seen on ITV's Good Morning Biritain and hosting her own Sunday afternoon show on Classic FM. We are thrilled to have her back once again.
|10 Things to know about One Great George Street|
|The venue won 'Best Conference Centre (under 500 theatre)' at the Conference Awards 2018|
|Global headquarters of Institue of Civil Engineers|
|Its an early example of steel frame technology in Britain with approximately 1,227 tonnes of steel|
|Seen in films such as; In the Loop, Starter for 10, Gandhi and Bridget Jones - Edge of reason|
|Played host to Breakfast with Frost's 10th-anniversary episode|
Borris Johnson chose it as the London 2012 Olympic and
Paralympic games media centre
|It is a grade 2 listed Edwardian building|
|It became available for public events in 1989|
|A painting specially commissioned in 1978 of Queen Elizebeth II hangs in the foyer celebrating 150th anniversary of the first Royal Charter of the Institution of Civil Engineers|
|The building was constructed between 1910 and 1913|