16 May 2024 8.30am – 12.15pm Community Ballard House

Overview

What is the Building Safety Act 2022 and how will it affect you and your organisation? For answers, join this skillshare event where keynote speakers will provide an overview of the Act, explain its impacts on building controls, and illustrate implementation of the Act on a practical project. 

Breakfast is provided on arrival with tea, coffee and biscuits served during the break where there will be an opportunity to network.


Agenda

8.30am - Arrival, breakfast and networking
9.00am - Welcome and introduction, Mark Bullard  
9.15am - Overview of the Building Safety Act, Paul Chaple
10.00am - Break and networking
10.30am - Update on changes to building control, Paul Armstrong
11.15am - Project example of the Building Safety Act, Mike Smith
12.00am - Closing comments, Mark Bullard
12.15pm - Finish

Sponsors

 

Exhibitors

SSG

SSG aim to inspire people and businesses to work safely and sustainably through a delivery of QHSE and HR training, consultancy and advisory services to all.  We have worked specifically with facility management teams and organisations on a variety of projects including bespoke training provision, and consultancy support.  Our professional team provide exceptional online, face-to-face and hybrid training solutions, and we are committed to developing rewarding partnerships by providing a service that is professional, caring and friendly. 

 

Speakers

Paul Armstrong

Coming soon

Paul Chapple

Chartered Architectural Technologist

A Chartered Architectural Technologist (FCIAT), having achieved Fellow Membership in March 2021 for significant contribution to and excellence in Architectural Technology; I am a Chartered Building Engineer (C. Build E MCABE); and an Incorporated Member of the Association for Project Safety (IMaPS).  Building compliance and building safety is at the forefront of every project I undertake as a practising Technologist, whilst being fully committed to delivering user-friendly, high-quality, sustainable buildings.

I hold a Professionally Qualified Person’s CSCS Card.

I started in industry in 1988 and have 36 years of experience within architectural practice, mostly within a multi-disciplinary environment. I have been with Bailey Partnership (Consultants) LLP since 1998 (26 years).

My role entails reviewing project compliance against various legislation including The Town and Country Planning Act 1990; The Building Act 1984; Health and Safety at Work Act 1974; The Building Regulations 2010; Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015; and the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, amongst many others.

More recently, I have been reviewing Primary and Secondary legislation stemming from the Building Safety Act 2022, and following setting up an internal working group have been delivering awareness training to technical staff across the Practice’s 9nr. Offices, alongside my colleagues.

I sit on the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists Principal Designer Steering Group, and have assisted in writing their competence framework.

I have been assisting the Building Safety Regulator with a recent project and through this have been holding regular workshops to iron out some of the “teething” problems of the new systems.

Mike Smith RIBA DipArch BA(Hons)

Director and Practice BIM, Bailey Partnership

Mike Smith is an accomplished architect, director, and practice BIM manager at Bailey Partnership. He has a strong technical background in architecture and BIM, and has made significant contributions to the industry throughout his career.

In recent years, Mike has been actively involved in multiple projects aligned with the new Building Safety Act legislation. This has enabled him to combine his BIM knowledge with real-world scenarios to help ensure the safety of buildings.

Mike is a highly skilled and experienced professional who is passionate about using technology to improve the built environment. He is a valuable asset to the Bailey Partnership team and to the industry as a whole.