Intelligent Risk Management
In this IIL Property Investors lecture Bill Tucker outlined the current approach to managing fire risks in the business community following the transition from prescriptive legislation to one based on assessment of risk.
This session highlighted the key requirements of UK fire law and how property owners and managing agents meet these through the process of a risk based approach.
The fire safety requirements of Building Regulations in new build were discussed along with the challenges of meeting adequate fire safety standards in existing buildings where am ore flexible approach can be applied by fire engineering. The limitations of fire risk assessments were discussed and how the process may be profiled with the insurers role in assessing Passive Fire Protection.
By the end of this lecture members would have gained an insight into:
- The legal imperatives required of owners and occupiers of premises
- Some of the gaps in the relationship between the risk assessors, enforcers and the insurance industry
- Joint working with other sectors of the UK fire industry
Bill has 35 years' experience working in the Fire & Rescue Service holding posts to Chief Fire Officer level and Head of Fire Safety Engineering at the Fire Service College. He is also a practising Magistrate in the adult criminal courts.
Kevin Luckett ACII, European Real Estate, JLT Specialty Ltd.
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