Join Steve Pettitt, Director of Health and Building Safety at L&Q and Safetynet practitioner, at this workshop to take a look at current best practice around fire safety and in particular what you should be measuring, monitoring and reporting on.

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    This practical session will look at:

    • The requirements of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and what they mean in practice.
    • The post Grenfell situation including the government guidance and requirements to inspect EWS.
    • The Fire Safety Act and its secondary legislation and the Building Safety Act and its secondary legislation.
    • How to gain assurance – what to measure, monitor, track and report. We’ll cover the full range of recommended KPIs that providers could and should have in place with practical examples:
      • The range of reports at L&Q to Executive and Board
      • HQN template.

    There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.

    Delegates will go away with a clear understanding of requirements and best practice around fire safety.

    Essential for everyone with responsibility for fire safety in their organisation. Ideal as a refresher or for anyone new in post.

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    Steve Pettitt, Director of Health and Building Safety, L&Q

    Steve first became involved in health and safety in 1986 whilst serving in the Army and over the following decade attended various courses to expand on his knowledge and experience.  Following his discharge in 1997 he took the opportunity to move into a full-time health and safety career.

    Since 2000 he has worked in the housing sector starting with London Borough of Hounslow’s housing department which later became a first round ALMO.  He then moved to Richmond Housing Partnership, a stock transfer housing association, and since 2011 he has worked in three of the G15 organisations (London’s largest housing associations).  Initially at Notting Hill, then to East Thames and he is currently the Director of Safety at L&Q. The L&Q Group houses more than 250,000 people in over 105,000 homes, primarily across London and the South East.

    Steve is a Chartered Member of IOSH, member of IIRSM and Associate Member of IEMA.  He also sits on the Advisory Panel of the SAFETYnet group within the Housing Quality Network (HQN) and is an Ambassador for Safety4Good.

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    * Please note that all prices are subject to standard VAT. Byte Size members do not qualify for member discounts. Please call 01904 557150 for more information.

    Ticket Type Price Spaces
    Members of any HQN network £49.00
    Non-members £49.00

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Dates and prices

31 August 2022
10:30am - 12:00pm
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