TC90: FIRE SAFETY MANAGEMENT FOR RMC AND RTM DIRECTORS
ARMA ONLINE TRAINING
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Online (3 Day Webinar)
Date: 15/02/21 - 17/02/21
Duration: 2 Hours a day over 3 days
Start Time: 14:00
End Time: 16:00
Price for Members of ARMA: £100.00+VAT
Price for Non-member: £175.00+VAT
A 6-hour course being run over 3 consecutive days (2-hours per day) for directors of Residents’ Management Companies (RMC) and Right to Manage (RTM) Companies who have responsibility for fire safety management in residential blocks of flats.
The course covers fire safety management in residential blocks of flats. For Directors of high-rise buildings there will be a separate half-day course covering the particular requirements for managing fire safety in high-rise residential blocks of flats. To attend that course you must have previously completed this course.
The course explains the guidance given in ARMA’s ‘Fire Safety Management in Flats’ publication and directors’ duties, responsibilities and liability under current fire safety legislation.
(ARMA has issued a ‘Fire Safety Management in Flats’ Guidance Note to share best practice with professional Fire Safety personnel involved in the residential leasehold sector, including managing agents, developers and landlords. which has been produced in line with statutory guidance and industry best practice and independently reviewed by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, ARMA’s Primary Authority Partner. https://arma.org.uk/downloader/ty5/ARMA_Fire_Safety_Guidance_6.pdf)
What the course covers:
- Directors’ duties, responsibilities and liability under current fire safety legislation
- The broad requirements of current fire safety legislation including the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, the Building Regulations Part B Fire Safety, and the fire safety requirements of the Housing Act 2004
- The required elements of a compliance system to manage fire safety in residential blocks of flats
- Working with a managing agent to manage fire safety, and
- The law relating to flat front doors and the duty to maintain them
- The various leasehold and legal tools that can be used to enforce leaseholder fire safety compliance.
This advanced course is suitable for senior property managers/business heads who manage health and safety within their organisation, or are able to influence the way health and safety is managed within their organisation and on behalf of their clients.
For Members of ARMA we will allow the Members rate to be paid for any RMC and RTM Co. Directors wishing to attend this course.
Please contact email@example.com providing your company name and information of delegates to attend and a code will be supplied upon request.