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Compliance is mandatory

10 Aug 2010

From 1 October, FENSA inspections will apply the revised Building Regulations

 

From 1 October, FENSA inspections will apply the revised Building Regulations and to remain registered with the organisation, it is mandatory to be able to self certify compliance.

As a result, FENSA is urging companies to attend its Building Regulations and WER seminars, presented by Giles Willson, director of technical affairs at the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) and the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC).

At the seminars, companies will find out how the amendments will affect them and receive advice on options for using the best route towards achieving compliance. The seminar costs £25 per person and lasts for two hours.

The remaining seminar days in August and September are as follows:
Tue 3 Aug, River Centre, Kent
Wed 4 Aug, Blenheim Palace, Oxford
Tue 10 Aug, Liverpool FC
Wed 11 Aug, Birmingham City FC
Thu 12 Aug, Bristol City FC
Thu 19 Aug, Sheffield United FC
Fri 20 Aug, Durham Cricket Club
Wed 25 Aug, Leicester Tigers RC
Thu 26 Aug, Newmarket Racecourse
Thu 2 Sep, Trent Bridge CC, Notts
Fri 3 Sep, Tottenham Hotspur FC, London
Wed 8 Sep, National Motor Museum, Hampshire
Thu 9 Sep, Exeter Racecourse

On each day, there are three seminar sessions at 9.am, 12.15pm and 3.15pm.
Places are limited and are available on a first come, first served basis. To book, visit http://www.fensaonline.com/.

For further information on FENSA, visit http://www.fensa.org.uk/ or call 020 7645 3700

News source: Courtesy of Glass & Glazing Magazine