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Infozone Day 1


10.30am –


11.00am


BT Redcare TBC


Day 2


Gayle Bennett – NSI TBC


Day 3


Crispian Robinson – Ramtech


Managing fire risks in the built environment using wireless


technology and IoT


11.15am –


11.45am


Jonathan O’Neill – FPA


Post Grenfell: implications for fire safety and future regulations


12.00pm –


12.30pm


John Briggs – FPA The obligations of the responsible person and recent prosecutions


12.45pm –


1.15pm


Chris Callow – LFB Fire safety in


residential care homes – common


failures and lessons learned


1.30pm –


2.00pm


Shaun Lawrence – FPA


Latest developments in emergency lighting and fire alarms


2.15pm –


2.45pm Conor Logan –


Colt International Ltd Smoke control systems for buildings


3.00pm –


3.30pm


Pete Davies – Fireco When is a fire alarm not a fire alarm –


safe evacuation for the hard of hearing


Dominic Louks – FPA Dealing with disruption – how to increase your resilience to supply chain interruption


John Briggs – FPA Defining and understanding competency


BT Redcare TBC


Tom Stallard – FPA TBC


David Poxon – FPA TBC


Dr Jim Glockling – FPA Post Grenfell: implications for fire safety and future regulations


Laura White – Pinsent Masons


New proposals for fire safety and how they will be implemented


BT Redcare TBC


Howard Passey – FPA Competence for fire risk assessors post Grenfell


Roger Gentle – Gentle Fire Solutions Managing


evacuation in complex


environments


TBC TBC


Please note:


information in this programme is


correct at the time of our going to press


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