MSA Safety has announced a new Latchways® RIBA CPD programme, available to architects, principal designers and principal contractors. MSA’s new CPD will help them keep up-to-date and understand the latest regulations and requirements when it comes to specifying fall protection systems.

Architects and principal designers play a fundamental role when it comes to the construction of a new project, they also have a huge role to play when it comes to working at height as it is their vision that strongly influences the rest of the construction process. As per the CDM (Construction, Design and Management) regulations, putting health and safety at the very centre of the building process, from start to finish, can make a monumental difference when it comes to protecting lives.

James Sainsbury, MSA Safety’s International Fall Protection Specialist (Architecture and Roofing) comments: “Having a real understanding of fall protection and designing the most suitable system from specification to building completion and beyond can help save lives. We want to help the industry with its continuous professional development, and this CPD does just that.”

Russell Clayton, Associate at MJP Architects Limited, commented: “As an architect, considerations around health and safety are becoming more important than ever. MSA’s CPD really helped me to clearly understand safety requirements and regulations and what I need to think about when it comes to the specification of fall protection equipment.”

To sign up to the MSA RIBA CPD:

Click here to book online

Or call 01380 732700 to book a spot in one of MSA’s upcoming sessions