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Join us for an insightful journey into the evolving landscape of building safety, presented through our upcoming AJ Building Safety Masterclasses. As a series of short, CPD-accredited online sessions, these masterclasses replace our previously successful Fire Safety Design online conference with a broader and more comprehensive exploration of building safety concepts.

In light of the critical importance of fire safety within the broader sphere of building safety, our new masterclasses will tackle best practices, highlight emerging trends, and provide an in-depth analysis of the key provisions of the Building Safety Act and its anticipated impact on the profession.

Our sessions are dedicated to addressing the latest legislation outlined in the Building Safety Act, focusing on the implications, challenges, and opportunities these new regulations introduce. Fire safety design will remain a pivotal topic throughout all three masterclasses, emphasising the lessons learned from the Grenfell tragedy and underscoring the importance of vigilance and compliance in architectural design.

Book by 31 July 2024 to save £50 on a single ticket or up to £400 on our ticket bundles.

Why attend?

  • CPD-accredited content
  • Gain critical insights on the very latest regulations and standards
  • Solid technical knowledge and guidance on ensuring fire safety in the built environment
  • Discover the opportunity for the architect to take on an enhanced safety role in the sector
  • Content available on-demand to ticket holders

Who should attend?

  • Architects, designers, and urban planners practicing or studying in the UK, looking to enhance their knowledge and stay updated on the latest building safety regulations.
  • Fire safety engineers and consultants, seeking insights into the integration of fire safety within the broader context of building safety.
  • Building and construction professionals, including project managers, developers, and contractors, who need to understand the implications of the Building Safety Act on their projects.
  • Building control officers and local authority planning staff, who play a critical role in enforcing building safety standards and compliance.
  • Stakeholders from the housing sector, including representatives from housing associations and councils, who must navigate the complexities of the Building Safety Act in their operations.

Get in touch

For more information or to secure your place at the AJ Building Safety Masterclasses, please contact Diana Zieba on +44 (0)20 3953 2902 or at diana.zieba@emap.com .