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Member update


Dominic Louks, head of membership, provides an update for FPA and RISCAuthority members Upcoming FPA seminar


FOR OUR fi rst seminar of 2019, the focus will be on how the government is set to implement Dame Judith Hackitt’s recommendations from her Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety, following the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Titled ‘Building a safer future – the


government’s implementation plan for the Hackitt Review’, the seminar will feature leading industry experts. They will clarify the government implementation plan (published last December) and how safety standards, regulations and supporting activities are changing in the wake of Grenfell; its implications for industry, stakeholders, and residents of tall buildings; and how different agencies can work


together in order to improve and promote fire safety. The event will be of particular interest


to social housing providers, building owners, landlords and managing agents; construction industry professionals and manufacturers; and fire risk assessors and engineers. An application for the event, to be


rewarded with IFE CPD accreditation, is in progress. The seminar will take place on 27 February at the Fire Service College, Moreton in Marsh in Gloucestershire, with FPA members entitled to book places at the discounted price of £175.00 plus VAT. To view the latest seminar programme,


and secure your place at the event, please visit www.thefpa.co.uk or email training@ thefpa.co.uk


54 FEBRUARY 2019 www.frmjournal.com


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