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FDS Consult announces free fire safety CPD

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FDS Consult, one of the UK’s leading experts in fire engineering, is to share its fire safety knowledge during a free CPD event.

The half day seminar, which takes place at The Building Centre in London on 14th March 2013, focuses on the benefits of fire engineering and achieving fire safety compliance in commercial properties, and is aimed at architects, specifiers, contractors and developers.

Hosted by three industry practitioners with more than 35 years’ combined fire engineering experience, the seminar will showcase the true value of good fire safety design, from the ability to maximise space to design flexibility and cost savings.

It will also explore topical legislative changes, fire design in relation to Fire Brigade standards and practices, and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, within the context of a number of high profile commercial case studies.

Michel Wizenberg, Managing Director of FDS Consult, said: “As a result of popular demand we are pleased to announce details of our latest free fire safety seminar. This CPD seminar doesn’t just focus on fire design in terms of protecting life and minimising damage, but the full spectrum of design, cost and time benefits which can be achieved by adopting a fresh approach to fire safety.”

Michel will be joined by fellow speakers and colleagues Jigar Pandya, Senior Fire Engineer, and Jim Golt, Senior Associate Fire Engineer who has more than two decades within the London Fire Brigade to his credit.

For more information on the CPD seminar and to secure your place please visit http://www.fdsconsult.com/CPD/ or call Helen Jeffery on 01322 387411.

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