Building a Safer Future Seminar – A call for evidence

Duration: 1 day(s)

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 implications for fire safety and future regulations, competency, the responsible person, product certification and the evolution of the enforcement regulation landscape. Our renowned panel of industry leading expert speakers will include Jonathan O'Neill OBE, Ian Moore, Nick Coombe MBE, Tony Corcoran and Howard Passey.

Venue: British Motor Museum, Warwickshire

Price: £195 + VAT , members receive 10% discount

Times: 10:00-16:30  

What's included?

As part of your booking all delegates will receive: 

  • Access to fire industry experts
  • Topical discussions on the governments response
  • Networking sessions
  • Delegate pack 
  • Complementary lunch 
  • Tea, coffee and refreshments 
  • Free entrance to the British Motor Museum 
  • 5 IFSM CPD hours  

Ensure your team are fully informed and up to date on legislative changes.

IFSM CPD 5 Hours

Building a Safer Future Seminar – A call for evidence
Welcome by the chair and summary of the Hackitt review and key outcomes

John Smeaton, Chairman, The Fire Protection Association

Post Grenfell: Implications for fire safety and future regulations

Jonathan O'Neill OBE, Managing Director, The Fire Protection Association


Tony Corcoran, Membership Officer, Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP)

The Responsible Person

Howard Passey, Principal Consultant, The Fire Protection Association

People & product certification and approvals

Ian Moore, Chief Executive Officer, The Fire Industry Association (FIA)

How will the enforcement regulation landscape evolve?

Nick Coombe, Vice-Chair, National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) 

BSI’s response to the Grenfell tower tragedy

James Wilson, British Standards Insitution (BSI)

  • Social housing providers
  • Building owners, landlords and managing agents
  • Insurers/brokers
  • Facilities/building managers
  • Health and safety managers
  • Construction industry professionals and manufacturers
  • Architects and designers
  • Building control officers and approved inspectors
  • Fire risk assessors
  • Fire engineers
  • Fire and rescue services enforcement officers

Corporate bookings are available for this event and bookings of 6 or more will receive a 10% discount, please call Rachael Anderson on 01608 812 521 to find out more.

Course details

Date Location Available
20190717 17/07/2019 - 17/07/2019 Gaydon 70 £ 195.00

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