Vision To provide a nationwide knowledge network connecting members with industry specialists in order to provide assurance around building safety.
Mission By providing an arena where members can access legislative, industry and best practice insights, specifically related to the sector.
Exclusively for The Social Housing Sector, specific to; the Accountable Person, Asset Managers, Building Managers, Surveyors, Programme Managers, and all other relevant personnel assigned to the responsibility of Fire Safety in tenanted accommodation.
With so much change in Fire Safety legislation currently, this webinar will be spotlighting some of the biggest impacts the upcoming legislation will have, and what this will mean for the industry from a legal and compliance perspective. Tailored to the biggest talking points in the sector at present, THE BILL will be focussing on the below topics:
Preparing for the new legislation With plenty of networking opportunity, and keynote speakers with years of experience in the industry, this event is definitely a must-attend.
Ventro has put together a targeted series of events running throughout the year covering all aspects of fire safety across every sector to work with, share, learn from and teach our conscientious clients and to continue to drive improving standards.
In addition Ventro’s technical team provides a number of on-site and virtual CPD events that can be tailored to our customers specific requirements and provide a unique consultancy approach to support in the delivery of fire safety programmes of work.
Ventro is one of the leading Fire Safety Specialists in the UK, undertaking third party accredited Fire Safety works across the country, working specifically with Registered Providers of social housing. Ventro have been applauded in the sector as an organisation leading improvements in the Fire Safety arena, attending Westminster debates on best practises, providing advice to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government on current issues and requirements within the sector, and being involved in cross-party discussions on fire safety, in view of improving resident safety across the country.