Following the success of our recent BS9999 course in Northampton, we have added a date in April.
Taking place on Thursday 12 April in Poole, Dorset, this course will benefit individuals who need to be aware of the principles of fire safety design in accordance with the British Standard.
BS9999 introduces a slightly move advances method of fire safety design than the simplistic approach developed in Part B of the Building Regulations.
The Standard allows for the basic principles of the design strategy to be examined and allows greater flexibility where additional fire safety features, such as sprinklers and automatic fire detection are proposed in situations where they would not otherwise be needed.
Very educative. I now understand BS9999. Bravo!
The seminar looks at the development of a risk profile for the premises and its occupants and demonstrates how this can be used to determine the appropriate fire safety features. The steps to be taken to ensure an appropriate provision for means of escape, structural fire precautions and fire-fighting and rescue operations will be explored, together with the implications of management practices and the factors which need to be considered to achieve a safe design.
This standard is now required knowledge for all those who wish to remain competent in the field of fire safety design, whether regularly using BS9999 or not, as the basic principles underpin even the most simplistic designs to Part B
Excellent course and delivery
To book your place in Poole, or for the later date of 30 May in Northampton contact the events team on 01604 404121 or download a booking form.