Join Lucinda Curran from ECO Health Solutions, Stephen Kip from SKIP Consulting and Jeremy Turner, AIBS National Technical Manager for a full day seminar taking a close look at dampness, weatherproofing and fire separation, particularly focussed on cladding.
The topics to be covered regarding weatherproofing include:
• A detailed analysis of building biology and how this relates to current NCC BCA 2016 provisions related to weatherproofing, dampness and condensation
• A working understanding of the features / conditions conducive to adverse dampness and weatherproofing outcomes (water damaged buildings);
• A detailed understanding of what the code says is needed;
• A detailed understanding of what this means in terms of likely performance in service;
• A working understanding of practical steps that can derive good results; and
• Knowledge of where building surveyors should be leading designers, developers and the public in relation to this aspect of building work.
The topics to be covered regarding fire include:
• What’s coming in the BCA 2016 Amendment One
• What you should know about the Senate Inquiry findings as they relate to building surveying practice
• The Building Minister’s Forum and regulatory responses to non-conforming product and combustible cladding use
• An overview of the risks involved from a building fire and life safety viewpoint
• Case studies of Australian cladding fires and an analysis of the performance of buildings involved
• The requirements related to low rise domestic / residential buildings including
o attached two storey buildings cantilevered over ground floor
o attached two storey buildings with separating walls spanning over common property or garages.
• Implications for inspection and other means of compliance verification
• Interactive discussion on evidence of suitability, systems documentation and construction verification document requirements
Event Timetable: 21 March 2018*
*event timetable and content may be subject to change
Dampness and Weatherproofing Morning Session 1:
The science of dampness
NCC BCA DTS requirements
Dampness impacted buildings
9:00 - 10:30 AM
|Dampness and Weatherproofing Morning Session 2:
Verification of performance
Dampness case studies
Dampness and the law
Interactive panel discussion
|10:50 AM - 12:20 PM
|Fire Separation Afternoon Session 1:
Identification of combustible cladding problems
Application of NCC Amendment One
What’s behind Amendment One
|1:05 - 2:35 PM
Fire Separation Afternoon Session 2:
Low rise residential buildings
Detailing for fire separation
Future directions in fire safety
Interactive panel session
2:55 - 4:25 PM
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