It’s two years since the tragedy. The inquiry is still in progress, but we owe it to every one of the victims to learn all the lessons we can. That’s why you should join us at the CHeSS roadshow. it’s a platform for learning where we’ll have the expertise of Michael Skelding to call upon.
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Michael Skelding is the Door and Hardware Federation (DHF) General Manager and Secretary and a BSI committee member, and he’s our guest speaker for this event. The DHF is involved in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry’s Industry Group and has provided evidence to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). A DHF representative also sits on the Technical Fire Door Group which is advising the Expert Advisory Panel. In short, the DHF sits at the heart of the debate on fire doors, regulations and possible changes.
At the CHeSS event, Michael will be talking about these issues and detailing the DHF’s proposed changes for High-Risk Residential Buildings. Understanding the reasons behind these proposals will be key to safe specification, which may help to protect lives.
A great way to learn
Although the subject is serious, CHeSS roadshows are informal and friendly. You’ll be able to see products, learn about their features and chat with fellow architects and specifiers.
These roadshows are a great place to learn, and the lessons of Grenfell Tower are ones we simply must not ignore.