For regulatory approval, the life safety of people is the primary issue which must be addressed. The content of this course is based on BS 7974: 2001: Application of fire safety engineering principles to the design of buildings. Code of practice. In particular, the input is drawn from the associated published documents (PD’s) which deal with
Our new suite of modular courses have been designed to provide knowledge and understanding of sprinkler maintenance for a range of training requirements. There are 3 parts, each module is 2 days. Part 1 covers water supplies and wet systems. Part 2 covers dry pipe, alternate and tail end alternate systems. Part 3 covers deluge
You will develop: Understanding of the components and operation of sprinkler systems and their role. Knowledge of the LPC Rules for Automatic Sprinkler Installations 2009 incorporating BS EN . Understanding of the principles of system design. Ability to compare and contrast these systems relative to passive fire protection systems.
You will develop: Knowledge of systems, installations, extensions and alterations involving FHC principles. Knowledge of the related requirements of LPC Rules/BS EN . Certification BRE/LPCB FHC exam.* Cost includes LPCB registration/certification This course is designed for those who have been designing or have been