Initiatives to improve high-rise fire safety #3
Initiative 3: The Fire Safety Mark The Fire Safety Mark initiative borrows from some great work that has been done in the food-safety industry in the UK. The Food Safety scoring scheme is a visible indication of performance that can…
Initiatives to improve high-rise fire safety #2
Initiative 2: International Stair Descend Day – 19 May 2023 Launched at the 7th International Tall Building Fire Safety Conference in May 2022, the International Stair Descend Day (ISDD) is an initiative to encourage all residents, occupants and tenants to…
Initiatives to improve high-rise fire safety #1
The Tall Building Fire Safety Network (TBFSN) has 1,500 members in 28 Countries around the World. TBFSN’s mission is to share information and best practice on all aspects of high rise/tall building fire safety. In support of this mission, and…
7th international High Rise / Tall Building Fire Safety Conference Programme
Tall Building Fire Safety Network have announced the programme for the 7th International High Rise / Tall Building Fire Safety Conference. Taking place between 17 and 19 May 2022 at London’s Excel exhibition centre, the conference will feature many of…
Building Safety Bill: Essential Understanding – detailed Insights and Impacts

Key knowledge for Owners, Constructors, Contractors and Building Managers. Two leading industry figures, supported by subject matter experts, have combined their experience and insight to deliver a ground-breaking training course – ‘Building Safety Bill: Essential Understanding – detailed Insights and…

Dates announced for tall building fire safety events

The recent fires in Grenfell Tower (London) and The Torch (Dubai) have highlighted the need for improvements with Tall Building design, construction, management, and firefighting. The Tall Building Fire Safety Network offers regular courses and conferences on Tall Building Fire…

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