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We are excited to bring together a panel of health and safety experts to answer your questions, offer their perspective on the challenges you face and support you prepare for the plethora of changes being introduced including;

  • The Building Safety Act

  • The Fire Safety Act,

  • New requirements on smoke and carbon monoxide alarms

  • Recent consultation on changes to electrical safety testing

  • Amendments to Building Regulations (ADB).

And many more….

Our expert panel will be made up of both legal and practitioner experts in health and safety. It’s a great opportunity to ask those burning questions, find out how others are approaching issues and learn from others. We will be asking for your questions in advance so our panel members can offer comprehensive views. Please not that we will not be able to offer bespoke legal advice on specific technical cases.

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    As always, the session will be facilitated by Debbie Larner, and take place via zoom.

    This best practice group will be a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is new to the network, or has not attended a best practice group before.

    Why come to the best practice group?

    • Great to find out what others are doing
    • Good honest and open discussions
    • Sharing best practice and ideas with others in similar roles
    • Acts as a sense-check about what people are doing or thinking of doing.

    We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Our facilitator

    Debbie is the lead associate for HQN’s Health and Safety and Asset Management networks. She has been working in social housing for over 30 years – most of which was spent at CIH as Head of Practice. Debbie has led the sector’s work on professional standards and has also been focusing on building/fire safety since the Grenfell Tower disaster. She was a key member of the Industry Steering Group focusing on the role and the competency of the Building Safety Manager. For HQN, Debbie has been focusing on building safety and disrepair as part of her lead associate role – hosting workshops on a range of topical issues, including health and safety compliance.

  • Cancellations and substitutions

    Cancellations must be made in writing, and will be acknowledged by HQN Limited. Delegates may be substituted at any time.

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