Building Passport is a secure, online repository which digitally stores all post-completion building information, that can help to meet Regulation 38 requirements.
Assent are able to offer clients the opportunity to create a Building Passport as part of our Building Control Services following the issuing of ‘Ready for Occupation’ building regulation certification.
A direct integration between Assent Building Control’s back-office systems and Building Passport means that all information is uploaded and ready at the point of final certification once all building safety checks have been made.
“This will help responsible property owners to meet Regulation 38 requirements and to also act ahead of the regulation changes taking place within the coming year”. Iain Thomson, CEO, Assent Building Control
Suitable for newly developed or existing buildings, all records are digitally stored in one, central platform making it easy to access and keep up-to-date. Building Passport delivers:
- The ability to meet Regulation 38 requirements
- A public service. This is an open communication channel between Fire & Rescue Services and property professionals
- Supports critical building inspections made by Fire & Rescue Services
- Up-to-date information (a digital version of the Premises Information Box)
- Reduced risk associated with keeping manual or singular-access electronic records.
This technology has the potential to change the industry and existing processes significantly and why Assent are keen to trial this with a number of clients.
If you are interested in trialing Building Passport, please get in touch for more information.
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