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BSI Announces the 7th Annual Fire Safety Conference

The quality of your fire safety policy, design and management could make a critical difference between life and death.  But how do you make sure that you have taken all the necessary steps to minimize risks and improve fire safety?

The implementation of British standards on fire safety are proven to be a valuable and important step forward in improving an organization's fire policy and safety measures.

This year, our Fire Safety Conference will focus on the revision of key fire safety standards, including:
 • BS 9999:2008 – Code of practice for fire safety in the design, management and use of buildings
 • BS 9990:2006 - Code of practice for non-automatic fire-fighting systems in buildings
 • BS 9991:2011 - Fire safety in the design, management and use of residential buildings. Code of practice

By attending the conference you will gain an in depth understanding of the forthcoming changes to these key standards and hear about the impact they will have on you, your organization, and the fire safety industry.  

You will also have the opportunity to participate in group discussions and help shape these important fire safety standards by networking with industry experts. In addition, by learning about potential solutions to overcome challenges that you might experience in your everyday work, you will enhance your knowledge about fire safety and ensure that you have successful fire safety practices in place.
This conference will be essential for those responsible for the design and management of both commercial and residential buildings.
The conference will be of interest to all those responsible for fire safety including:
 • Head of Fire Engineering
 • Commercial Manager
 • Fire Consultant
 • Fire Officer
 • Fire & Safety Officer
 • Managing Consultant
 • Principal Fire Surveyor
 • Senior H&S Manager
 • Fire Safety Advisor


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