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RECAP: NFIA NSW Members Meeting

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Thanks to our Members who attended the first NFIA NSW Members’ Meeting of the year, which was held last week via Microsoft Teams. Members were introduced to the new NFIA CEO Adrian Shackleton, new NFIA Executive Officer Graeme Geldart and were provided updates on a range of issues.

NFIA Representative, Gordon Stalley, provided Members with an update on the Fire Safety Report published in December 2021 as well as an update on NSW legislative changes.

NSW Members also had the opportunity to meet the interim Fire Industry Training (FiT) CEO, Lucas Blyth, who gave Members an update on the introduction of the UEE in NSW.

More information from the Members’ Meeting will be distributed to Members shortly. If Members have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the NFIA.

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NSW: Safe Buildings Summit – Defects Management & Facade Innovation

The days for cutting corners are coming to a stop as, state-by-state, governments are implementing stricter regulations and pledging millions to fix Australia’s construction crisis through large-scale remediation programs.

Compounded by the effect of state-wide lockdowns, there is an urgent call to action for organisations to revisit current policies and practices; to discover corrective solutions to get the industry back on track and ensure the safety, quality, and compliance of our nation’s buildings.

Returning for it’s 8th iteration, The Safe Buildings Summit: Defects Management & Façade Innovation is curated to help organisations prepare for future reforms and restore confidence in Australia’s
construction market. Gain the latest updates on new legislation and remediation projects, unpack innovative solutions around funding and construction, and apply core teachings from practical case studies.

Hear from over 20 industry leaders as they discuss the latest on:

  • Meeting compliance requirements within the designing and
    construction process according to changes across the regulatory
    landscape
  • State-wide led remediation and rectification programs across
    Australia
  • Funding and financing of building defect management and
    remedial projects
  • Emerging best practice solutions and innovation to address
    rectification within non-conforming building products and
    combustible cladding

Join NSW Representative, Gordon Stalley and other Fire Industry and Safety Panelists as they talk about:

  • Identifying critical fire safety engineering techniques, testing and assessments
  • Unpacking the latest fire engineering solutions targeted at improving building safety
  • Streamlining the remediation process to make complying with fire safety standards easier
  • Involving fire authorities within the building design phase

To find out more and book your ticket, visit the Safe Buildings Summit website HERE.