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01 March 2010

Brian Robinson ponders the challenges facing the UK fire protection industry ? and warns against apathy, ignorance and denial.

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01 March 2010

Concerns over dubious claims for intumescent products and other issues relating to the fire protection of structural steelwork are outlined by Niall Rowan.

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01 March 2010

With UK fire services planning to adopt a new methodology for estimating minimum firefighting water flow-rates, Paul Grimwood looks at the underlying research.

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01 April 2010

Groundbreaking legislation giving the go-ahead for sprinklers in all new homes in Wales is expected to get approval in the coming weeks. Ann Jones reflects on the journey.

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01 April 2010

The UK Timber Frame Association is demanding decisive action on the fire risks on building sites, with more initiatives to follow. Geoff Arnold reports

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01 April 2010

Fire engineering solutions can deal with often unwarranted safety concerns over the use of atria ? as shown in this case study of a school design in Ireland. Luke Goldsmith reports

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01 April 2010

The findings from a three-year CLG research programme on fire spread in car parks were recently presented at a BRE conference. Róisín Cullinan reports

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01 April 2010

A recent conference saw sprinkler advocates examine progress in the UK and internationally to promote the cause. Rupert Gilbey reports.

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01 April 2010

Speakers at this year?s RISCAuthority seminar discussed some of the issues surrounding modern methods of construction, including structural timber-framed buildings. Glenn Tomkins reports.

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01 April 2010

Risk assessment and fire safety education are central to protecting schools against damage and disruption, particularly from arson. Tom Welland offers some thoughts.

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