The ASFP will be hosting a series of Practical Workshops and Lunchtime Lectures each day at Firex International 18-20 June 2019, ExCeL London.
The Workshop and Lectures will be offered in a special presentation area within the ASFP Passive Fire Protection Zone on stand FX 228. The Zone brings together in one location a number of ASFP member companies, representing a cross section of the passive fire protection sector.
The Zone will allow visitors to gain a greater understanding of the essential role of passive fire protection within today’s built environment and offers advice for all involved from designers, specifiers and contractors, to building owners, risk assessors and facilities managers. It will encourage greater cooperation at every stage of the design and build process and throughout the life of a building.
For full programme details, see below:
ASFP Practical Workshops
18 June – Planning PFP for new builds
10:30-11:45 Protecting building infrastructure
- ASFP introduction to compartmentation and PFP – Niall Rowan, ASFP
- Structural protection – Types of structural protection – David Baron, Hempel
- Planning for effective compartmentation – Damien Ward, Checkmate
- The role of smoke curtains as part of a smoke control strategy – Ron Diaper, Colt International
- Overview of firestopping product types – Andrew Kay, Polyseam
- Project case study – City Tower, Docklands, Barry Beauvis, Sharpfibre
19 June – PFP Considerations in refurbishment projects
10:30-11:45 Auditing & upgrading existing protection
- ASFP introduction to choosing competent installers – Phil Brownhill, ASFP
- Compartmentation – the need for effective firestopping – Rockwool
- Fire curtain operation and applications – Mike Ward, Coopers Fire
- Stardust to Grenfell – legislative response to tragedy – David O’Reilly, ASFP Ireland
2:15- 3:15 Fire door considerations
- Introduction to the specification, installation and maintenance of fire doors – Peter Barker, Warringtonfire
- Project case study – Du Cane Court fire door replacement – Jim Hannon, London Fire Solutions
20 June – PFP Considerations in Occupied Buildings
10:30-11:45 ASFP Practical Workshop – Managing PFP Maintenance & risk assessment
- ASFP Introduction to training & risk assessment – Phil Brownhill
- PFP case study – Hospital refurbishment – Andrew Cooper, Global HSE
- PFP Case study – PFP in tall buildings – Tim Barker, FSi
- The vital role of cavity barriers and ensuring their correct installation – Al Shaw, Inpro
2:15- 3:15 ASFP Practical Workshop- Specifying the right product
- ASFP Introduction to specification & the ASFP Intumescent specification guide – Andrew Taylor, ASFP
- Selecting Fire Protection Products and Understanding the Scope of Application Evidence– Simon Ince & Ross Newman, UL
ASFP Lunchtime Lectures
The ASFP will be offering a sandwich lunch from 12.30 each day followed by a Lunchtime Lecture from a guest speaker who will provide a key insight into the industry. The Lecture will run from 1-1.45 each day.
Lunch will be limited to 40 places each day. Visit the ASFP Reception Desk to collect your Lunch ticket.
18 June: 1:00-1.45pm Fire safety legislation – a fire service perspective
19 June: 1:00-1:45pm The Government consultation on fire safety legislation
Andrew Alexander, Head of Strategic Policy, Oversight & Risk Strategy Division, Building Safety Portfolio, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
20 June: 1:00-1:45 pm Impact of Hackitt on cladding considerations
Tim Cansiz, Fire Protection Association
ASFP in the Firex Expertise & Guidance Theatre
ASFP CEO Niall Rowan will be speaking in the Firex Expertise & Guidance Theatre
19 June: 10.45-11.15 Review of Government consultations on the building safety regulatory system and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) in England
The Government has released its proposals for the new building safety regulatory system and a call for evidence on the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) in England. Niall Rowan reviews the proposals and examines their impact on the construction and fire sectors, particularly the passive fire protection industry. He will consider: The design and enforcement processes; Product testing and certification; Improving levels of competency and understanding throughout the building lifecycle
20 June: 11.10-11.40 Competency in passive fire protection
The Government’s proposals for the new building safety regulatory system consider how the competence of all those who design, commission, build and manage high risk residential buildings (HRRBS) can be monitored. It recommends an overarching framework to manage and ensure competence be set up for all involved in the construction industry.
The proposals will consider the recommendations of the Competency Steering Group which was established by the Industry Response Group to define and develop relevant competency requirements. This session will consider progress to date and discuss possible routes for demonstrating competency, particularly for installers of passive fire protection.