The Tragic Fire at Grenfell Tower on the 14th June 2017 that sent shockwaves throughout the UK and rest of the world, has raised serious questions about the Fire-safety of high-rise residential buildings, and subsequent Government testing of building materials, particularly claddings.
The review that is currently underway and headed by Dame Judith Hackitt will examine fire regulations currently in place around the design, construction, and management of buildings, as well as compliance and enforcement issues and international regulation.
Whatever findings become known as a consequence of this review, the catastrophic event has certainly pushed Fire Safety in construction very much to the forefront of multiple industries. It will be professionals from these industries that will be coming together on the 10th of October for the Institute of Fire Safety Manager’s Quarterly Technical Meeting as part of The Fire Safety North show at Event City in Manchester.
The Technical meeting is an ideal education and networking opportunity for fire, construction, security, and safety professionals across the United Kingdom, who are looking to achieve and maintain the very highest standards of fire safety management.
This is free to attend and promises both quality and accessibility, with the vendors on show being among the most respected currently operating in the UK and each of them ready to share straightforward and reliable advice.
The technical meeting offers an unparalleled agenda of free CPD accredited educational content. Seminars are delivered by leading industry experts, government officials, lawyers, and manufacturers.
To book for the IFSM technical meeting and AGM, please confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone to 0330 3551286. Please note, to attend the IFSM technical meeting you must register for free with Fire Safety North show.