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Stay put policy put under scrutiny
27 August 2018
STAY PUT policies during a fire are to be but under the spotlight during a free webinar, which is being hosted by FSM magazine on 1 October.
C-Tec's Andy Green will place Stay Put policies under the spotlight and explains key things that need to be in place to ensure that this practice works as planned. The Stay Put strategy for purpose-built blocks of flats has been with us for many years, certainly as far back as 1948 and Chapter IV of ‘CP3’, a code of practice that predated Building Regulations and which focused on precautions against fire in blocks of flats over two storeys.
Since then, various pieces of legislation and recommendations have come and gone, leaving the Stay Put strategy firmly ensconced in our domestic scene of fire precautions.Andy will explain that this all appeared fine until the Grenfell Tower disaster, which concentrated the minds of the public because of the scale and horror of the loss of life. The strategy is now being put under a microscope so this is a not to be missed webinar.
The webinar takes place at 10:30am on 1 October and is FREE to attend. You can register now at https://events.streamgo.co.uk/fsm-hsm-To-Stay-Put-or-Not-to-Stay-Put/register?redirect=%2Ffsm-hsm-To-Stay-Put-or-Not-to-Stay-Put
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