Registration, tea / coffee and bacon butties.
SECURED BY DESIGN – PREVENTING CRIME OF ALL KINDS FOR 30 YEARS
The session will introduce the audience to Secured by Design and provide guidance as to how the scheme operates. It will explore the use of physical security standards as a means of reducing crime and reflect on recent fire and security guidance from Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government.
A CLEARER VIEW ON GLASS SPECIFICATION
Correctly understanding fire glass specification is critical to ensuring a safe environment. This CPD seminar will explain how fire resistant glass is used within buildings to enhance light levels whilst still maintaining a safe environment for those inside. Matching materials, such as seals between a frame and glass, is essential for fire glazing. Additionally learn about how butt joint glazing can be used to share light to create a brighter environment. In some buildings, fire safety is just the start. Is security also an important issue and consideration for you or your client? In addition, this presentation will explain the differet levels of security that can be achieved in combination with fire resistance using our specialist glass products. The difference is clear.
ACHIEVING ZERO LEAKS ON FLAT ROOFS
This seminar will feature: Fit-for-purpose rooftop waterproofing specifications and details – Selection of the appropriate waterproofing system to suit building needs; Systems data; Build/refurbishment phase; Common defects; Completion phase; Post completion phase.
SAFE ACCESS ALL AREAS
Safe Access All Areas is your opportunity to see how to solve those tricky access problems on site, whether through the roof, the ceiling, the walls or the floor. Ever thought about using your natural smoke vent as roof access or to provide natural daylight or even an emergency escape? Do you need fire rated riser doors that can be tiled to match your interior design? Or do you require floor access to a complex configuration of concealed underfloor services? All this and more will be explained. Attend Safe Access All Areas and don’t forget your free gift.by Access 360
Lunch and exhibition
FABRIC FIRST AND AIR TIGHTNESS – ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND MOISTURE CONTROL INCLUDES UPDATES ON BS5534:2018 & STA REQUIREMENTS FOR BREATHER MEMBRANES
An update on meeting both Approved Document C (Moisture) and L (Energy Efficiency) using Tyvek and Airguard as well as the requirements of BS5534:2014 – the code of practice for slating and tiling with one proven, BBA certified membrane system.