FIRE PREVENTION & PROTECTION

Tuesday, 04th June 2024

  • Choose whichever seminar/s are of interest
  • Register by completing the form below
  • The day before the event you will receive joining links (most used formats are Teams and Zoom)
  • On the day of the event, click the supplied link
  • Watch the seminar and ask any questions you
    may have at the end
  • A full CPD Certificate will be provided after the event

All of our CPD Events are completely free to register and attend

All presentations are fully accredited and certified by DCECPD

All seminars can be viewed online using Teams/Zoom etc

CPD Certificates are provided to log those all important CPD hours

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09:30

A GUIDE TO MEETING BS 8629

BS 8629 is the code of practice for the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of evacuation alert systems for use by fire and rescue services in buildings containing flats. This code of practice is mandated in Scotland and England for new build blocks of flats. This CPD gives an overview of the main clauses. It covers the scope and definitions of BS 8629 and explains how to divide the building into evacuation alert zones, where to site the devices, the requirements for evacuation alert control and indicating equipment, the responsibilities of the installer, and how to commission and hand over the system.

FIRE & SMOKE – ACCESS SOLUTIONS

This CPD from Profab Access considers: Assessing design considerations and access solutions; Achieving stylish design aesthetics with certified solutions; An overview of fire testing regulations and current standards; A guide to fire ratings and third party certification to ensure legal compliance.

UNDERSTANDING THE REGULATORY REFORM (FIRE & SAFETY) ORDER 2005 + ITS IMPLICATION FOR FIRE DOORS

There have been 560 prosecutions in England and Wales under the RRO (2006-2018), ranging from large well-known companies such as New Look who were fined £536,000, to small family run businesses who have also been targeted. The RRO shifts the blame to the ‘responsible person’ of that building; meaning anyone can be prosecuted under the act for lack of fire safety. The CPD covers: Quick introduction to the RRO and who is responsible for a building’s fire safety; Examples of companies who have been prosecuted under the RRO; The danger of fire and smoke; The importance of fire doors, including installation and maintenance; Examples of poorly maintained and fitted fire doors with cost-effective solutions.

13:00

EUROCLASS A2-S1,D0 VERTICAL FACADE MEMBRANES

Facade membranes within a high-rise or high-risk building mostly cover a huge area of the building envelope and therefore have a high risk potential within the fire safety concept. Addressing the issue of breather membranes should therefore form part of any overall facade fire strategy. Learn in our CPD Webinar how to achieve maximum fire safety Euroclass A2 for your complete external wall system with Stamisol Safe One facade breather membrane. Discover which features like UV-/water resistance and breathability are important for the lifetime of your facade system and which certifications and tests are essential.

A CLEARER VIEW ON GLASS SPECIFICATION

Join our free online learning session. It aims to increase your knowledge of an often unnoticed life saving product that plays an important part in our daily lives. Schott’s CPD an introduction to Fire-Resistant Glazed Systems provides technical and regulatory information to enable your project requirements to be achieved successfully as well as the importance of correct design and installation of Fire Resistant Glazing Systems.

15:00

THE BEST ROUTE TO COMPLIANCE FOR YOUR EMERGENCY LIGHTING

This CPD includes an overview of the BS 5266-1 code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises and explains how to comply with the legislation. The module gives examples of best practices, explains how to be proactive in maintaining and upgrading your emergency lighting. The module will also introduce some of the emerging technologies such as dynamic safety sign systems that can help you meet the legal requirements.

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