The ACAI (Association of Consultant Approved Inspectors) have formed an initial response to the Dame Judith Hackett report representing the voice of approved inspectors.
Dame Judith Hackitt reports the need for a more ‘prescriptive approach’ to building regulation. The recommendations for the Building Control System published in the ‘Interim Report of Building Regulations and Fire Safety, Building a Safer Future’, https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/independent-review-of-building-regulations-and-fire-safety-interim-report in January were namely: Consultation by building control bodies and by those commissioning or designing buildings [...]
Construction industry professionals, from across the North West, were presented with the latest information about Cladding and Fire Safety for Hi-Rise buildings during a Salus Approved Inspectors national CPD roadshow event at the Hard Days Night hotel in Liverpool in March, 2018.
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Stuart Power, Director and Fire Engineer at Salus, provides a technical account on the importance of the design and construction of passive and active fire safety measures whilst giving an insight on the numerous misconceptions regarding high rise flats and buildings.
In light of the recent devastating events and following a number of test findings it has become clear that the country is facing a fire safety epidemic, resulting from a catalogue of errors, misunderstandings and poor guidance within the industry.
The government have announced that an independent review of the building regulations and fire safety will take place imminently following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.