Standards of Fire Safety Must Match International Standards
fires across the MENA region, Civil Defence Authorities are insisting on
higher standards of fire safety across the board.
The MENA region is currently experiencing a spectacular growth of
building development and huge capital investment particularly from
fastest-growing economies in the world. Therefore, it is expected that
standards of fire safety, specifically within construction and infrastructure
projects, should increase not only to safeguard the health and safety of the
inhabitants but to protect these valuable assets. However, lack of
maintenance inspections by certified, competent engineers and a proactive
fire safety approach coupled with poor workplace health and safety contribute
to the frequency of fire incidents. This is further complicated by confusion
created from using a high number of international fire safety codes.
Therefore, now is the perfect time to review how project teams within the
region are effectively tackling these issues.
The MENA region is keen to review methods of reducing the risk of fire
during the construction phase, many of which will be discussed at IQPC’s
inaugural Fire Safety MENA 2011 conference, to be held at the Oryx Rotana,
Management will share his perspective on ensuring fire safety within
construction projects by reviewing an effective fire risk profile. He will
also evaluate stakeholders impacts and mitigation planning for emergencies as
well as review the process of designing out fire risk and potential hazards.
and Consolidated Contractors International to review developing fire safety
solutions for underground infrastructure, incorporating fire safety
strategies within sports arenas and achieving best-practice fire safety
within the construction and operational phases.
For more information, visit http://www.firesafetymena.com or call
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