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TC115: Building Safety Masterclass - two day in person workshop

This March The Property Institute is hosting a two day in person Building and Fire Safety Masterclass at their Wimbledon office.

Date and time
Location

The Property Institute, Wimbledon, SW19 4DP

Cost

£500

IRPM or ARMA Members

£350

This March The Property Institute is hosting a two day in person Building and Fire Safety Masterclass at their Wimbledon office. Run by Cassandra Zanelli of PMLS and ARMA’s H&S consultant Mark Snelling this course will provide an opportunity for anyone who holds responsibility for their firm’s compliance with the BSA and associated legislation to get a comprehensive run down of all parts of the legislation applicable to managing agents with reference to case studies, template documents and any pending secondary legislation – as well as extensive Q&A. A buffet breakfast and lunch will be provided both days.

This is a unique opportunity to spend two days getting a detailed, informed and responsive overview of the entirety of the Building Safety Act and related legislation. With a chance to talk through your queries and experiences with two experts in the requirements.

Places will be limited so book today to secure your place. More Details Below

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This two-day in person building safety masterclass will cover the practicalities and details of the new building safety regime providing a more focused and forensic look at what the new Building Safety Act and associated legislation means for senior property managers who will be involved in assisting and facilitating their clients in complying with the new regime.

Content

The training will enable you to understand:

  • the broad requirements of the Building Safety Act 2022 and the secondary legislation that is in force;
  • the expected secondary legislation; and
  • the competency standards for those involved in building safety management.
     

It will cover all relevant aspects of the Building Safety Act and associated legislation including:

  • the role of the regulator and enforcement;
  • duties relating to occupation and building work;
  • the identification of duty holders and higher-risk buildings;
  • safety case and safety case reports;
  • the assessment and management of building safety risks;
  • recovery of costs under the new regime;
  • duties of residents under the new regime;
  • the management of competence and organisational capability;
  • leaseholder protections and landlord’s certificates and leaseholder deeds of certificate.
     

Audience

Senior property managers who hold responsibility for their firm’s compliance with the BSA and associated legislation, and those who have attended TC107 and/or TC108 and wish to have a deeper understanding of the Act and its directives

Level

Advanced

4th/5th March 2024: 09:30am to 4:30pm (Two-day course In the Wimbledon Office)