This presentation discusses the issue of bringing fire loading shopping malls and other atriums. The introduction of an RMU (Retail Merchandising Unit) in a mall poses significant risks if the issue is not considered.
This online course will cover the issue of the risks that blocks of flats pose to the safety of the occupants. There has been a number of high profile cases of fires in high rise residential buildings which have resulted in significant loss of life. This module will look at the contributory factors that make these buildings such a high rise including the effects of wind, terrain, height of building and the stack effect. It will also consider the issue of evacuating these occupancies along with some case studies. The issue of false alarms is covered and methods of reducing the impact this can have on the occupants. Preventing the fire spread by appropriate fire stopping is covered as the issue of fixed suppression
This course is aimed at those wishing to attain Level 4 Diploma in Asset and Building Management Compliance.
This module will cover the basic principles of Fire Engineering
The course is designed to prepare the delegate for the IFE Level 2 Certificate in Fire Science, Operations and Safety examination. This qualification has been developed by the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE), representatives of Fire and Rescue services and other fire professionals. The content reflects best professional practice and covers key the key areas all firefighters should have an appreciation of.
This course will give an insight into fire investigation for the first responder to a fire scene.
This course will look at the principles you should adopt when considering fire safety in heritage buildings. It will look at the main issues that these types of buildings pose and how you can address them.
This course will give an introduction to Part B - Fire Safety. It will go through what Part B is and how do you demonstrate compliance with the five functional requirements.
This course will give an overview of fire safety in shopping malls. It will look at how fire safety is ensured in shopping malls and how compartmentation is determined. It will also demonstrate how to determine the required mall exit widths with 5 full examples.
A Fire Engineering Technician is primarily trained in the skills and techniques related to a specific branch of engineering, with a practical understanding and have general fundamental engineering concepts. This course is aimed at bringing your skills up to a high level in the fields that you should be proficient in.
This course has been designed to give you a greater understanding of the principles on which BS9999 Fire Safety In the Design, Management and Use of Buildings is based. It covers the concept of the risk profile and the ASET factors which when applied in the design of a building result in massive savings for the client. The application of this code results in increased travel distances, reduced door, exit and staircase widths resulting in an increase in the floor area.
This seminar will also cover the issues of management and the impact of detection and sprinklers to ensure the optimum design is achieved.
(Duration 2 hours)
This course has been designed to cover how to comply with Part B of the Building Regulations. It will go through how to demonstrate compliance with the five functional requirements utilising both ADB and BS9999. It also covers determining boundary distances to BR187.
This course is designed for those in the fire industry who wish to advance their studies and achieve Technician level. This course is aimed at level 3 and covers the various areas that a technician would be expected to have a good understanding of. On successful completion of the course you will eligible to apply for TIFireE status with the Institution of Fire Engineers.
(Duration 110 hours CPD)
This course will revolutionise the knowledge on smoke control for all sectors of the industry. We have developed a highly innovative method of determining the ventilation requirements of virtually any building with an atrium from start to finish. Application of this method has been designed to make sure you consider all areas required to ensure the smoke control system is compliant and will certify that the design objectives are met. This course involves a number of calculations through the various steps and then the delegate will complete 14 full exercises.
This course has been designed to satisfy the criteria for the NEBOSH National Fire Certificate. It is designed for managers and supervisors who are responsible for ensuring that their organisation adheres to fire safety legislation, as well as individuals who are looking to work as a fire safety adviser. This qualification will equip delegates with the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out fire risk assessments across a variety of workplaces. Once the course has been completed, candidates will also be able to identify a range of fire protective and preventative measures.
The course covers fire safety in hospitals
Designed for staff who have responsibility of Fire Marshal/Fire Warden who may need to safely operate fire extinguishers and require a more detailed understanding of Fire Safety within their workplace due to their assigned role or the risks they deal with.
(Duration 45 minutes)
This course will revolutionise the knowledge on smoke control for all sectors of the industry. We have developed a highly innovative method of determining the ventilation requirements of virtually any building with an atrium from start to finish. Application of this method has been designed to make sure you consider all areas required to ensure the smoke control system is compliant and will certify that the design objectives are met.
This is a comprehensive course covering the syllabus for the IFE Level 3 Fire Science
This course has been design to give delegates an awareness of the issues they should be aware of with regards fire doors. it will look at how to identify a fire door and all related information on maintenance, upgrading, heritage buildings and the various schemes available to ensure they will carry out their function.
This course has been designed to cover the issues that arise with fire safety in specialised housing. The care industry is changing and there is a move from registered care homes to assisted living. This poses new risks to vulnerable people and all those involved must be aware of the issues to ensure the safety of the residents.
(Duration 2 hours)
This course has been designed to give a greater understanding of fire safety. It covers all the core competencies identified as being required by a Fire Risk Assessor and it also includes a number of modules covering a wider range of fire safety issues. On completion of this course the candidate can apply to become a Technician of the Institute of Fire Engineers, an Internationally recognised qualification
(Duration 90 hours CPD)
This course has been designed to raise fire awareness concerning the behaviour of people in a fire. It will cover the threat that fire poses to people and your business continuity.It will equip your staff with the necessary skills to take the correct actions in the event of a fire with regard to evacuation procedures and the correct use of fire extinguishers.
(Duration 2 hours)
This seminar has been designed to demonstrate how you determine the means of escape requirements to BS9999. It involves a practical workshop in which you will be given the opportunity to carry out calculations yourselves following a full example. The seminar goes through the ten step guide to determining the means of escape a methodology which when adopted ensures you cover the critical areas of means of escape.