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New CPD

These 20 minute lunchtime CPD webinars have been developed specifically for property insurance and professional indemnity professionals, and are aimed at providing an understanding of how the use of Kingspan insurer-approved panels mitigates the risk of fire spread and has the same impact on maximum foreseeable loss and premiums as non-combustible solutions.

Register via the links below to secure your place on one of the upcoming monthly webinar sessions. 

Secure your Reducing Risk webinar place!

Click on the links below to register for your preferred date. The sessions will cover: 

-   Common Misconceptions: Understanding the difference between Aluminium Composite Panels and insulated sandwich panels, and why not all insulation is the same;

- Insurance Industry Requirements: The importance of insurer-driven and insurer-recognised large-scale fire tests; and

- Real Fire Case Studies: Independently-investigated real fire case studies proving the superior fire performance of Kingspan insurer-approved PIR core insulated panels

Would you prefer a workshop with our fire experts? Contact us to organise a seminar at your premises...

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