Fire Risk Consultancy Limited are pleased to announce the release of our latest online training course “Smoke Control Made Simple”.

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.

 

Eleven Step Guide

This online training course will go through the eleven step guide to determining the ventilation requirements of buildings. This guide takes you through all the steps systematically and each step is followed by exercises for you to complete to confirm your understanding. Click to view an introduction to the eleven step guide.

Step One – Determine the design objectives

Step two – Determine the fire size

Step Three – Determine the mass flow rate of smoke

Step Four – Determine the temperature of the smoke

Step Five – Carry out a stratification check

Step Six – Determine the ventilation requirements

Step Seven – Identify the number of exhaust points

Step Eight – Carry out a stagnation check

Step Nine – Carry out a plugholing check

Step Ten – Ensure the air velocity does not impede the Means of Escape

Step Eleven – Post design considerations

Module 1

This module will look at the history of smoke control

 

 

Module 2

This module will look at the issuen of smoke and fire spread in buildings and the essential components of a smoke ventilation system

 

 

Module 3

This module will look at determining the design objectives

 

 

Module 4

This module will look at determining the fire size to be applied to the design.

 

 

Module 5

This module will look at determining the mass flow rate of smoke. This module will firstly discuss simple plumes

 

 

Duration

17 Hours CPD

 

Cost

£295 (plus VAT) For 3 months access

 

Contact us for further information on accessing the course