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The government’s Building Safety Bill has become law, after receiving Royal Assent on 28 April.
By Belinda Liversedge on 06 May 2022
The Building Safety Bill in its current form is an altogether better solution for leaseholders than we could have hoped for during the passage of the Fire Safety Act 2021.
By Royston Smith MP, Southampton Itchen on 12 April 2022
Scotch whiskey manufacturer, Chivas Brothers and fire safety services firm the Fire Protection Group have been fined £100,000 in total after an employee was crushed by machinery.
By Belinda Liversedge on 08 September 2021
The Building Safety Bill includes much to be welcomed and could be the way to ensure that a tragedy like Grenfell and the cladding and fire safety defect scandal never happen again.
By Royston Smith MP on 29 July 2021
Those in control of certain high-risk multi-occupied residential buildings will in future have to appoint a Building Safety Manager to oversee the fire and structural safety of the building.
By Sofie Hooper, Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management on 05 July 2021
In 2007, the government published its Building Bulletin 100 – a document which outlined how school buildings can be designed with fire safety in mind.
By Jonathan O’Neill OBE, Fire Protection Association on 08 July 2021
For those responsible for fire safety within a building, ensuring appropriate action is taken to minimise risk in the workplace may seem like a daunting prospect.
By Claire Wright, Fire Protection Association on 04 July 2021
Selecting a provider of fire safety services who has been independently assessed and certificated to ensure their competence will help a business ensure it is properly managing fire safety risks.
By Stephen Adams, BAFE Fire Safety Register on 12 July 2021
A company director has been served a suspended prison sentence for failing to provide a suitable or sufficient fire risk assessment of a Southampton residential block.
By Belinda Liversedge on 25 June 2021
Non-profit organisation Justice4Grenfell has launched a campaign calling for justice and accountability, four years to the day that 72 people lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017.
By Belinda Liversedge on 14 June 2021