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Fire Safety Courses


Fire Sprinkler Systems: Design to BS EN 12845

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7

This course discusses sprinkler system issues like components, hazard classification, design requirements, water supplies, piping layout and sizing etc. It covers the sprinkler rules incorporating BS EN 12845.


Emergency Lighting to Comply with Fire Safety

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7

The course covers use of current standards to demonstrate compliance with fire safety legislation. It describes design techniques, installation procedures and testing requirements. Details are given of the guidance now provided in BS 5266-10, to assist engineers to produce appropriate systems that can demonstrate compliance with the Fire Safety Order covering emergency lighting, not only for evacuation but also for safeguarding occupants who have to perform safety related duties in a lighting supply failure.


 

Fire Safety in the Design, Management and Use of Buildings: BS 9999

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7


This 1 day course takes delegates through BS 9999, concentrating primarily on the use of the code in design of means of escape from fire. It includes a short practical exercise and comparison of results with traditional codes.



 

Fire Detection & Alarm Systems for Buildings – BS 5839 Part 1: 2013

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7

This course examines the recommendations of BS 5839 Part 1: 2013 in detail, including an overview of alarm codes, design considerations and staged alarms.


Fire Safety Building Regulations: Part B

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7


This course introduces delegates to the methods of quantifying fire growth and smoke movement in buildings and demonstrates the development of fire engineering strategies for complex buildings. It also provides an in depth understanding of the requirements of Part B of the Building Regulations.


 

Overview of Current Fire Legislation and Guidance

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7


This course examines and interprets the current fire legislation in the UK and its impact on employers and on those in charge of premises. It will cover the implications of building regulations on fire precautions and look at the pre–requisites for a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment.


 

Fire Risk Assessment: PAS 79

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7


PAS 79 is now virtually the industry standard for carrying out fire risk assessments. The latest revision was published in 2012, and gives more detailed guidance on assessing buildings that do not meet current benchmark standards. This course reviews the PAS and considers the issue of competence of risk assessors.


 

Fire Safety in Purpose Built Blocks of Flats

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7

This comprehensive one day fire safety training course, to accompany the recently published Fire Safety in Blocks of Flats Guide, covers fire risk assessment, fire safety design principles, relevant legislation, Fire Safety Orders, fire protection measures, alarm systems and on-going management control within the challenging environment of ensuring fire safety within large residential blocks.


 

Fire Risk Management System Requirements – BS 9997: 2019

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7

PAS 7 can be adopted by any organisation wanting to implement a formal procedure to reduce the risk to life (of employees, customers and the general public), property, assets and the environment that are associated with fire in the working environment. 


 

Understanding Smoke Control 

Days: 1
CPD hours: 7

The right smoke control method is determined by variable factors, such as the design objective, floor level, purpose of building and occupants' needs. Examples explored within this course include offices, basement, hospitals, schools and large buildings.

 

In-house training at your site

Training multiple staff at once provides the opportunity for your organisation to have a training package crafted to your specific needs. In-house training can help your organisation overcome challenges and fill the skills gaps in your workforce. Courses run on a minimum number of six staff*.


For an In-house quote please email the following information to training@cibse.org:

  1. Name of course
  2. Approximate number of staff
  3. Your site address  

*Minimum numbers for In-house courses outside of the UK may vary

 

Need a flexible alternative to classroom learning?

CIBSE currently offer 13 Engineering Core Modules each consisting of seven hours worth of content with quizzes to test your knowledge and additional resources that can be accessed at any time. Once completed you will receive a certificate of completion. Visit Online Learning to find out more.



To contact the CIBSE Training Team with a query please

Email: training@cibse.org or call: +44 (0)20 8772 3660