Aim:

This seminar will look at the issues that these premises pose and offers solutions for the future.

 

Who is the course aimed at?

The course is aimed at those in the industry with any involvement in high rise residential premises

 

 Content:

 The course covers the following:

  • What is a high rise building?
  • Lessons learned from previous incidents
  • The importance of linings on the Means of Escape
  • External fire spread – What you need to know
  • The cladding – where did it go wrong
  • Access and facilities for the Fire Service
  • Material alteration – getting it right
  • The importance of competence and training in the industry
  • The stay put policy – where do we go from here?
  • Case studies from around the world – What can we learn?
  • The interim Hackitt report – where are we going?
  • Clerk of works
  • Current thinking on high rise premises
  • Compartmentation – common mistakes
  • Staircases
  • Value engineering – friend or foe?
  • Student accomodation
  • Fire Service response to High Rise Incidents
  • Fires on multiple floors
  • High rise timber framed buildings
  • Specialised housing
  • Sprinklers and mist systems

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Duration

3 Hours

 

Date

Thursday 19th April 

 

Location

University College London (UCL)

1-19 Torrington Place

London WC1E 7HB

 

Cost

£45 plus VAT (£54 inc VAT)

Seminar can be offered in house £495 plus VAT (Up to 60 delegates)

 

Click to download Booking form Fire Investigation slides

 

 

 

Tel 01832 710770         enquiries@frconline.co.uk