Partnerships

Working closely with industry trade bodies, insurance businesses and carefully selected suppliers, we're incredibly proud of our collaborative partnerships.

ASFP - Association For Specialist Fire Protection

As the UK’s leading trade association relating to ‘Built-in’ fire protection, the ASFP is dedicated to the protection of life, property, the environment and our heritage and promotes continuous improvement in all aspects of passive fire protection.

Our work with the ASFP is centred around knowledge and learning, sharing industry best practice and working collaboratively to develop our capabilities to help the industry as a whole.

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Aviva Insurance

Aviva Risk Management Solutions is a specialist division of Aviva, dedicated to helping businesses and the buildings in which they manage risk in an effective way.  Partnering with Aviva, we aim to raise the profile of the need for business continuity and property protection in buildings. 

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BRE - The Building Research Establishment

For 95 years, The BRE has created and upheld standards and best practice for the built environment. The LPCB (Loss Prevention Council) was formed separately and merged with BRE in 2000. BRE/LPCB offers a complete range of consultancy, testing, certification, research and training services and the LPCB Approval Mark is recognised worldwide as a badge of quality.

The technical support offered by the BRE enable us to offer the most current, industry leading technical solutions for our clients.

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Fire Protection Association

The Fire Protection Association (FPA) is the UK's national fire safety organisation and is one of 28 similar national bodies worldwide. They work diligently to identify and draw attention to the dangers of fire and the means by which the potential for loss is kept to a minimum. The technical expertise within the FPA has helped shape the design and delivery of passive fire solutions across the industry.

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Institute of Fire Engineers

The IFE is a registered charity working for societal benefit.

Founded in 1918, the IFE assesses knowledge of fire and professional experience, awarding internationally recognised membership grades and fire-related qualifications.

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