Fire Safety Training

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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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BS 9991 Training

This course is aimed at providing individuals with an overview of some elements contained in BS 9991, specifically covering recommendations for means of escape, suppression systems, smoke control and compartmentation. It will help you understand the recommendations and apply the guidance contained within the documents. See the link at the top of the page for all current courses.

PAS 9980 Training

PAS 9980 is used to inform the fire risk assessment of the building, so becomes a key part of the Fire Safety Act and very likely the building safety bill. Our course will outline the key elements of the guidance that you need to be made aware of and our trainers will answer any questions you may have. See our link at the top of the page for course dates and locations

Introduction to Fire Safety in Purpose-Built Flats

We outline training and advice on passive, active and management measures in flats to support a 'stay-put' strategy. The course details concepts of external fire spread and outlines the approach in PAS 9980 with input from BS 9991, CP3 and ADB covering external wall fire spread and firefighting facilities. It also gives a solid overview of how to conduct a fire risk assessment in a block of flats and explains the 'why' as well as the 'what', when it comes to fire safety measures.

Principles of Fire Safety (in association with CABE)

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.

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