Lauren Lee, Consultancy Services Deputy Manager and Service Leader

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Holds a First Class Honours in (BSc) Forensic Science

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Holds a NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

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Holds a NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

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Service Leader for our Fire Safety Management Services

Lauren provides commercial and technical support to a team of consultants as well as day-to-day managerial support to the Consultancy Services Manager. Lauren Lee

As well managing multiple major customer accounts, she is now also Service Leader for Fire Safety Management Services, positioned as the main point of contact for the business and developing, implementing and reviewing policies, procedures and report templates in line with legislative updates/changes.

Multi-service capabilities across Indoor Air Quality, Legionella and Fire Safety demonstrated to a multitude of commercial properties and independent schools following the completion of internal training periods satisfying UKAS requirements and NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management.

Prior to joining Assurity Consulting, Lauren graduated at the University of Greenwich with a First Class Honours in (BSc) Forensic Science and has a strong passion for science. During her studies, she worked as a waitress and in customer services for a global retail company.

She has a keen interest in both socialising and solo-travelling to various parts of the world. Lauren also enjoys keeping active, by running with friends and colleagues in charity events but mostly looking after her two horses at home.

What I love most about Assurity Consulting (besides overseas travel!), is that the management team encourage you to always learn something new. I like to challenge myself and continue my professional development. Here, there is always room for progression.

Insights from Lauren

New Code of Practice for Fire Risk Assessments: PAS 79-1:2020 and PAS 79-2:2020

PAS 79:2012 provided generic fire risk assessment guidance and was used by many fire safety professionals as a template to carry out both simple and complex fire risk assessments. However, since the Grenfell Tower disaster, professionals within the housing sector were particularly keen to see more housing-specific fire safety recommendations being developed.

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Minimising COVID-19 cross-contamination, whilst maintaining fire safety standards

There will be a need to reduce unnecessary touch points during the re-mobilisation of offices once occupancy is re-introduced, however measures introduced should avoid compromising fire safety measures already in place.

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This weekend’s weather forecast: Sunshine, warmth and ‘very high’ pollution

With the UK in its third week of lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we seem to have been blessed with the first signs of summer. Temperatures are forecast to reach 23°C in London this weekend, which unfortunately will of course encourage people to leave their homes for their daily exercise. 

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Grenfell aftermath new building safety Government guidance

Following the devastating aftermath of Grenfell Tower back in June 2017, where 72 people died, attention was largely focused on the materials in the building’s cladding; ACM cladding.

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