BENEFITS TO COMPANIES

BENEFITS FOR COMPANIES ADOPTING CODE COMPLIANT INSULATED SANDWICH PANEL CONSTRUCTION AND LABELLING.

 

 

On completion of a Code Compliance Facility, the client should receive the following benefits:

  • Increased fire fighter confidence;
  • Reduce fire losses in Insulated Sandwich Panel constructed buildings. 
  • More active firefighting. 
  • Makes the building more insurable.

The CODE implementation;

  • Reminds building owners and tenants to manage occupancy and process risks.
  • Allows more accurate risk assessment, as it is possible to clearly identify the type of construction and the expected performance of the system.
  • Reminds owners to maintain the construction level to keep the existing performance level and not inadvertently alter the performance, during alterations and additions. 
  • Provides a holistic active plan and solution to address the issues rather than an oversimplified “one fix” solution. Appropriate construction as well as Risk Management is the solution. 
  • Promote a responsible collaboration between Regulators, Authorities, Insurers and the Insulated Panel Industry,
  • Keeps them ahead of competitors who have accepted an oversimplified solution and over capitalising the construction and maintenance of their facilities by spending on measures that do not deliver improved fire performance therefore keeping cost down.
  • Enables companies to realise that the issue must be dealt with by recognising that the system fixings and structure are equally or more important than the Panel core alone to Panel performance.
  • Have valid solutions to offer insurance companies to keep premiums reasonable.
  • The CODE measures can be retro fitted to existing facilities in many cases.
  • Satisfy Building Regulations and exceed them with tangible benefits resulting at lesser cost than other measures such as complete replacement.
  • Be seen as the professional informed Industry operators that are proactive in improving facilities.
  • Self-regulation, as opposed to enforced measures that may not provide an acceptable pay back maintaining your right to choose.