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Access 360’s online CPD Seminar offers safe access for all areas

Howe Green
26 Nov 2020

On Thursday 26 November at 1pm, join Access 360’s latest RIBA accredited CPD Seminar on ‘SAFE ACCESS ALL AREAS’, providing a comprehensive online guide to safe, practical and beautifully designed roof, ceiling, wall and floor access solutions that offer aesthetics without compromise.

The specification of unsightly access panels, riser doors or floor access covers can have a detrimental impact on the success of an architectural design, which is why Access 360’s range of high performance access products offer stylish and certified solutions that enhance, rather than detract, from the overall design scheme. 

The new CPD seminar, which is hosted live by Access 360’s team of Specification Managers, is available to attend online, with architects able to choose a date from the scheduled list of events, or by booking a CPD directly for their architectural practice at a date and time to suit them.

The programme will provide a clear overview of the considerations that should be made when specifying access solutions to meet the requirements of each individual construction project and the associated regulations that must be adhered to.

Additional areas, including compliance with relevant building and fire regulations, will also be addressed throughout the CPD, providing a complete overview of the suitability of roof, ceiling, wall and floor access solutions for upcoming projects.

This includes Profab Access’ portfolio of discreet riser doors, which are virtually invisible due to their hidden frame construction, yet simultaneously offer the highest standards in fire performance and are bi-directionally fire tested.

The facade of the 8000 Series can be clad in a range of materials including tile, ceramic and marble for maximum visual impact, without affecting fire combustibility, while the 4000 Series seamlessly complements the surrounding interior decor.

The CPD seminar will also examine the potential hazards presented when incorrect options that are not fit for purpose are specified, or assumptions are made about the requirements of the access solutions, including weight loading, safe operation and smoke ventilation.

The webinar includes an overview of Bilco UK’s high performance smoke vents and roof access hatches, which feature a streamlined aesthetic that is combined with a high quality construction for compliance with all relevant building regulations.

Howe Green’s floor access covers will also be discussed, exploring the benefits of durable yet unobtrusive coverings that can be customised to incorporate the intended design scheme and level of usage for each project.

The interactive sessions also feature a Q&A section at the end of the programme, which gives attendees the opportunity to have any questions they may have answered.


To book a place on November’s live Access 360 CPD Seminar, please visit:

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