Safety isn't luck. It's preparation.

Investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

PartB offers a range of fire safety training courses across the UK and Ireland to help keep you up to date and compliant. Each course is carefully tailored to individual requirements and delivered by our highly experienced, in-house team.

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Fire Safety Engineering

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Fire Safety in Flats

Passive and active fire safety measures within flats. We discuss how suppression systems can provide additional travel-distance allowances under certain conditions. We also review requirements for external fire spread across the face of a building and detail access and facilities required for firefighters.

Principles of Fire Safety (in association with Chartered Association of Building Engineers)

Details the science behind combustion and explains the history of legislation leading up to the current framework. We outline Functional Requirements detailed in Approved Document B and compare them with the guidance in the DCLG fire safety guides. Key principles for means of escape are discussed along with an introduction to fire safety systems found in buildings.

Fire Safety for Staff in Specialised Housing

A person-centred approach to fire risk assessments within specialised housing, offering potential solutions to the common problems that occur. Training includes housekeeping, fire prevention, what to do if you discover a fire and how to use fire extinguishers. Also covers fire safety measures, escape and how to report the fire. Please note, practical use of firefighting equipment is not included.
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Working with architects, we provide valuable input from concept design to handover.


Our forensic fire engineering services are specifically designed to solve the unsolvable.


We have extensive experience of unpicking the complexities that organisations face.

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