Changing elements of fire safety management

6th July 2021



09:30 Open
10:30 Close


Following the outcome of the Hackitt report and the number of reactive processes that have resulted from it, we have seen a dramatic change in the way we manage fire risk. New legislation has been introduced with more on the way, but do you know what it all means for you? 

It's been a busy year for change in other ways too, as the pandemic made us look at how we worked, with large numbers of our employees at home. Now, as restrictions start to ease, we're slowly returning to the workplace. 

Much has been said of the 'new normal' and what that means for the workplace, what has changed and will stay changed, or revert to back to how it was. But the one thing that hasn't changed is fire safety and the duty of care that goes with it. Are you really as prepared for the return as you thought you were?

  • Are your systems tested?
  • Have your fire risk assessments been reviewed?
  • Are your processes fit for purpose?

There are many things you will need to consider before you can return to normal, whatever that is! 

Looking at these points, you are invited to join us on our next webinar that combines the perspectives of enforcer and practitioner, to consider the changes we have and are seeing, and so what they could mean for the changing elements of fire safety management.

So, we hope you can join us on Tuesday 6th July 2021, 09:30-10:30, to learn something new, review your current position or for some thought leadership.

Our speakers

Greg Davies, Director of Market Development

Greg is a recognised expert in health, safety and environmental compliance and as a result has been asked for support in a range of investigations, and with his extensive working knowledge he is a regular presenter at industry events. He been involved in discussions with various Government departments and others (DECC, Defra, the EA and CCC) on compliance and sustainability.

Using this combined experience Greg is increasingly being asked by customers to brief and update their boards of directors and governors on health, safety and environmental compliance. Greg has also recently joined an Institute of Directors Expert Advisory Group on The Future of the Workplace.

Dean Dixon AIFirE, Primary Authority Partnerships Manager, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service

Dean started his career in the fire sector as a maritime fire fighter, later going on to a health and safety career, where he took responsibility under a civilian contract for the health, safety and fire compliance at HMP Brixton. During his time in 'the nick', Dean taught prison officers on the use of breathing apparatus for snatch rescue.

Before joining the fire service, Dean had a career in the retail and distribution sector as the national fire safety specialist, becoming involved with the Primary Authority Scheme at its introduction into the fire service in 2014.

Lauren Lee, Consultancy Services Deputy Manager and Fire Service Leader, Assurity Consulting

Lauren joined Assurity Consulting in June 2015. She has multi-service capabilities across Indoor Air Quality, Legionella and Fire Safety and holds a NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management.

As well managing multiple major customer accounts, Lauren now leads the Fire Safety Team as 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. Prior to joining Assurity Consulting, Lauren graduated at the University of Greenwich with a first class honours in Forensic Science

Lauren Lee