InstallerSHOW announces Building Safety Week 2025

InstallerSHOW announces Building Safety Week 2025

Following a record-breaking event at the NEC Birmingham in June, InstallerSHOW has announced the launch of Building Safety Week 2025 with partners, Building a Safer Future (BSF) and the Code for Construction Product Information (CCPI).

A joint initiative with the BSF and CCPI, as well as a host of other industry associations, Building Safety Week will address and solve major issues affecting the whole sector as a result of new legislation from the Building Safety Act.

Building Safety Week at InstallerSHOW 2025 aims to create a culture change in how we build – across the supply chain – on any sized project. Utilising the UK’s largest gathering of professionals in the sector, Building Safety Week will act as a forum for sharing insight, information and learnings from BSF champions who have embarked on continuous improvement, to the construction sector manufacturers who are delivering clear and concise information on their products.

Nathan Garnett, Business Development Director at Lyrical Communications, says, “We feel that together we can embed a culture of building higher quality buildings, as well as assisting the whole sector, from specifier to installer, when it comes to understanding and abiding by the Building Safety Act. There is an awful lot to do, and collaboration and knowledge sharing is critical.

“Regular communication with our community of over 500,000 professionals in the coming months, as well as delivering Building Safety Week to 30,000 visitors at InstallerSHOW 2025, will be vital in driving that culture change.”

Amanda Long, Chief Executive, Code for Construction Product Information, adds, “The CCPI is really pleased to be supporting Building Safety Week at InstallerSHOW 2025. It will allow us to really focus on how building safety is being prioritised in the industry and specifically on how schemes like the CCPI can really help the sector deliver the standards that it needs to deliver safer buildings. The installer is the key part of the whole process, and we have to be a part of that conversation.”

Louise Wren, Building a Safer Future Lead, comments, “Building Safety Week at InstallerSHOW 2025 will be a focal point for everyone to come together, collaborate and share best practice. BSF Champions are market leaders in continuous improvement, and together we are looking forward to supporting the whole industry by celebrating and sharing that success as part of Building Safety Week.”

Plans are already well under way for Building Safety Week at InstallerSHOW 2025, and the organisers are in discussions with a high volume of stakeholders about their involvement. With collaboration at its heart, organisers are keen to hear from anyone wishing to support Building Safety Week.

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