‘Building a Safe Future’ with Dr Brian Ashe

‘Building a Safe Future’ with Dr Brian Ashe
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The Safeti Podcast ‘Connecting Health, Safety & Environment’

If you are involved in Health and Safety, Environment or anything in between, make sure to join us for some laid back learning! In Episode 27 of The Safeti Podcast, we caught up with Dr Brian Ashe. Our guest on the show is a Chartered Fire Engineer with over 20 years’ experience delivering risk management solutions across a diverse range of organisations. He has become a thought leader in the regulation of building safety, advising governments in the development and implementation of building and fire safety regulations.

Brian is joining us to discuss the implications of the policy overhaul that’s going through consultation in the UK on the back of a review by Dame Judith Hackett, who is a former head of the Health and Safety Executive. With such a complex issue which will have national and international cross-sector ramifications, it is truly valuable to get Brian’s perspective, as someone who is highly specialised in this area of policy development.

If you’ve been hearing a lot of noise about changes to building standards and fire safety regulations but are unsure what is happening, this podcast will bring you up to speed on the latest developments. Brian also gives us his view on whether there may be immediate and future implications for H&S professionals and duty-holders.

Resources

Building a safe future – proposals for reform of the building safety regulatory system

Independent Review of Building Regulations & Fire Safety – check out Dame Judith Hackett’s review as discussed on the podcast

Dr Brian Ashe – connect with our podcast guest on Linkedin

Richard Collins CMIOSH CEnv – connect with the podcast host on Linkedin

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