Fire Safety Management Training Courses

Fire Safety Design of Buildings – BS 9999

DURATION: 3 days

PRICE: £750.00

COURSE CODE: C19

This course highlights the importance of building design in ensuring business continuity through understanding the relationship between passive and active fire protection systems and building design.

Learning outcomes

  • an understanding of key concepts in Approved Document B, BS 9999 and other guidance documents
  • knowledge of the theory and practical application of the basic principles of constructional fire protection
  • understanding of the need for and benefits of passive and active fire protection
  • awareness of the essential components of BS 476: Parts 20-24 and BS EN equivalents
  • ability to apply fire design criteria to building design
     

What's included?

  • Digital slide handouts you may wish to print out and bring with you on the course
  • a copy of BS 9999 and Approved Document B for the duration of the course
  • tea, coffee and lunch

Certification

  • Fire Protection Association (FPA) certificate
  • 17.5 Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE) CPD hours

Price: £750.00+VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
In-company price: £5100 +VAT, FPA members receive a 10% discount
Please contact us directly for available dates. Email: training@thefpa.co.uk or Tel: 01608 812530

  • introduction to fire safety design and the building regulations
  • means of escape - horizontal & vertical
  • how satisfactory means of escape depend upon passive and active fire protection
  • how passive and active fire protection contribute to property protection and business continuity
  • the fire curve and fire science
  • service installations
  • elements of construction including materials
  • compartmentation, cavity barriers, fire stopping and dampers
  • fire tests
  • external fire spread
  • surface spread of flame
  • introduction to fire engineering
  • Specialist systems and new technology
  • European standards and harmonization
  • Practical exercises using risk profiling, compartmentation etc.
  • Fire safety consultants
  • Insurance surveyors, loss adjusters and loss assessors
  • Fire safety managers
  • Architects, building control officers, regulators and specifiers
  • Fire service officers
  • Fire investigators

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