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IQP Forum 2016 - Napier
Fri. 4 November 2016, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm NZDT
Refresh, renew and keep up-to-date
This Forum is for: -
Staff working in Compliance, Companies, IQP firms, and IQPs, Council staff working in BWOF Compliance, Compliance Schedule writing, Managers of IQP registers, Facilities, Managers, Asset Managers, Building owners and owners agents.
Forum Leader - Rosemary (Rosie) Killip
Session 1: Who is turning up the heat out there?
Recent Government and Council interpretations and determinations
Who has been served a notice to fix or infringement fine
Update on Fire Review by MBIE
Evacuation procedures for people with disabilities
Session 2: Building safety
What effect has health and safety had on BWOF compliance?
Property managers and commercial building tenants responsbilities under Health and Safety at Work Act as PCBUs
What are the health and safety risks involved in BWOF?
Developing processes for receiving, considering and responding to information about incidents, hazards and risks
Session 3: Taking over a portolfio of new client buildings
Building owner's perspective
Onboarding process for new customers
What are the responsibilities for a cancelled IQP contract?
Session 4: IQPs Supervising Other Staff and Building Owners
The Building Act says an IQP can carry out or supervise work. But what does supervise mean?
How should you train and monitor your staff, techs, or agents?
What documentation do you need to site before signing off?
How should you train and monitor the owners / occupiers / tenants for the inspections they have to do?
What's coming your way next?
Lessons, Learnings and Leads from today?
Facilitated by: Rosemary (Rosie) Killip
Rosemary specialises in building law training. She brings with practical insights and wisdom from over 20 years of working alongside building compliance staff, Council staff and building inspectors. She was even the very first education officer for the Building Industry Authority.
Rosemary brings with her substantial insider knowledge of how councils review and interpret the Building Act rules. She is a highly experienced building industry compliance and training practitioner as well as a small business owner of 16 years.