The Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA) will be at the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) Annual Conference and Exhibition from 13-14th October at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, Wales.
Attracting expert panels interacting with a wide range of construction professionals, this year’s event will focus on the theme of Embedding Sustainability and how building projects – both new and renovations – will need to embed sustainable practices to reduce their impact on the environment.
The BSA’s exhibition stand will raise awareness of the benefits of sprinklers to provide property protection and life safety, and how active fire protection can play a role in sustainability.
“We are once again delighted to lend our support and look forward to participating in this year’s event,” says Iain Cox, BSA Chair. “This year’s theme of sustainability is particularly relevant in a fire safety context when we consider the environmental, social and economic impacts of fire events. As an industry, we haven’t always been good at thinking about the links between them. We must take a holistic approach that addresses fire resilience and sustainability. Minimising the impacts of fire through the use of techniques such as automatic sprinklers can enhance long term sustainability and value.”
His organisation advocates greater business resilience by enhancing protection against fire through the increased acceptance and use of fire sprinklers in commercial and industrial premises.
Alongside the trade exhibition, the conference programme will explore the current environmental challenges that the industry is facing, bringing speakers including climatologists, government advisors and industry experts together to explore best practice, delving into legislative changes and what they mean for you.
To find out more or to register for CABE Annual Conference and Exhibition 2022, visit https://cbuilde.com/page/cabeconf2022