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ASFP team expanded to support growth and develop influence

05 July 2021

THE ASSOCIATION for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has expanded its team as part of a structural reorganisation which aims to provide improved member, technical and training services while also raising the profile of the organisation throughout the construction supply chain.

The ASFP’s marketing team has been boosted with the appointment of Reece Goodman as marketing executive supported by Max Joyce as production/digital content executive.

Goodman holds a first-class degree in Business and Marketing from Birmingham City University. He joins the ASFP after two years with escape room company Escape Live, where he was the marketing co-ordinator overseeing the company’s mailing and social media campaigns and providing website design and maintenance.

Max Joyce brings extensive photography, videography and content creation experience to the business having started his own freelance company at the age of just 16 and having worked with a variety of creative individuals and businesses.  

Ex-CEO Niall Rowan will now provide additional technical support as the ASFP’s new regulatory and technical officer. With his extensive knowledge of passive fire protection products, standards and building regulations, he will help to guide the Association’s response to the Government’s legislative agenda, provide technical support to ASFP members and work with construction industry bodies in the development of the new competency framework.  

Commenting on the growing team, ASFP CEO Steve Davies declared: “The ASFP already has an enviable reputation as a leading authority on passive fire protection but needs to raise its profile in the wider construction industry with a focus on the three key areas of influence, competency and compliance.”

Davies added: “By building a stronger ASFP team, the Association can offer greater support to its members, while at the same time continuing to develop its training and technical services and broadening its reach and influence to establish the organisation as a trusted authority, offering professional advice, education and appropriate qualifications to the wider fire, design and construction sectors.”

*For further information on the work of the ASFP and passive fire protection advice in general visit www.asfp.org.uk