Andrew Taylor
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ASFP Technical Officer.

Barriers to trade

At the start of 2021, amid accounts of delays to imports and exports to and from the UK and many suppliers reporting increased costs and red tape, the UK fire industry also finds itself facing an increasingly challenging environment. Customs…

The devil is in the detail

The fire safety and construction sectors are facing a period of unprecedented change, with the introduction of the new Building Safety Bill, initiatives to improve competency as detailed in the Setting the Bar report, not to mention the impact of…

Fire safety: building services penetrations
Fire safety, competency and the way we build post-Grenfell has become a major industry focus. With specifiers under increasing pressure to ensure fire compartmentation is maintained, this feature looks at the design, specification and installation of building services penetrations through…
Building Safety Bill shows early promise

The Building Safety Bill has now been published, a move which the Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) welcomes since the reform of building safety and the building regulations is long overdue. As expected the Bill establishes new regulators for…

What does Brexit mean for passive fire protection?

The UK has left the EU and entered a transition period, which is currently proposed to end on 31 December 2020. While there remain huge uncertainties going forward, the ASFP is aware of several potentially positive features for the passive…

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