How will the Hackitt Review's implementation plan affect your work? Find out at the LABC Fire Safety Practices Conference

13.02.2019
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On Wednesday 27 March, LABC's Martin Taylor, Lorna Stimpson and Peter Keates will be joined at the LABC Fire Safety Practices Conference by high level representatives from:

  • the MHCLG
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • the RTPI
  • FM Global
  • and the Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASPF).

They will discuss in more depth with professionals the changing landscape of fire safety practices, in our one day conference for all industry professionals.

See full conference programme

Ticket prices are £150 and the conference will count as 6 hours of essential CPD.

The Hackitt Review is intended to change culture and practices in the construction industry. It will impact more than High Rise Residential Buildings and will change how professionals work. Most of this change will spread across the whole industry because it makes sense for all buildings, not just those deemed 'high risk'. Understand the changes that are being introduced and how it will affect your professional or business role.

Make sure you are up to date with the latest issues in fire safety and book now on our one day conference.

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See our full list of documents and articles relating to the Hackitt Report and building regulations since the Grenfell Tower tragedy

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