We are currently oﬀering the following Certiﬁcated CPD Seminars:
The presentation addresses the requirements of BS 6266:2011, The Code of Practice for the Fire Protection for Electronic Equipment Installations. The Seminar is aimed at providing guidance on the measures that can be taken to detect and extinguish this type of ﬁre.
Correctly closed doors play a pivotal role in restricting the spread of ﬁre. This Seminar reviews the recommendations of BS 7273-4: 2015, paying particular attention to door release mechanisms controlled by ﬁre alarm systems.
The presentation is aimed at advising any professional involved in providing ﬁre detection and alarm systems with advice on what is required in each step of the process, as well as explaining what your responsibilities are during the life of the system.
A Voice Alarm or Public Address System assists in the eﬀective evacuation of an area or building during a ﬁre or other emergency. The Course explains the beneﬁts of Voice Alarm Systems and provides advice on where these systems should be implemented.
The Seminar reviews current ﬁre safety legislation, paying particular attention to the Fire & Rescue Services Act 2004 and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order implemented in October 2006.
The presentation provides a guide to why false alarms happen and what we can be done to reduce them. This issue has become more sensitive in light of new legislation that has seen Authorities reduce the level of emergency response based upon false alarms.
The Seminar discusses a number of solutions to issues faced in the use of Aspirating Smoke Detection for critical applications such as data centres, network operating centres and areas that typically have an increased ﬁre risk due to density of equipment.
This presentation provides guidelines for improving ﬁre alarm system design. It shows how it is possible to strike a balance between detecting ﬁres quickly whilst minimising the risk of false alarms.
Emergency Voice Communication allows the Emergency Services to be in constant contact with people in refuge areas who seek assistance. The Session aims to increase understanding of these systems and the guidance provided within BS 5839-9:2011.
This Seminar is a guide to emergency lighting central power supply systems, and explains the advantages and disadvantages of diﬀerent types of batteries. The course also provides information on the requirements of BS EN 50171: 2001.
The presentation reviews BS 5266, the Code of Practice for the Emergency Lighting of Premises, and provides detailed guidance on the application and practice of emergency lighting.
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“A very informative presentation, with an excellent use of speaker notes.”
“The Seminar was just what I needed and made all the more powerful by having such a high level of technical expertise.”