Fire Safety in Historical Buildings

Target audience

Fire Safety Officers, Fire Risk Assessors, Historical building managers and Fire Safety Professionals.


Aim

To enable delegates to identify alternative solutions for historical buildings so that they achieve compliance with fire safety legislation.


Core topic areas

  • Legislation
  • Working with regulators
  • Risk to historical buildings
  • Value of Heritage
  • Assessing risks
  • Fire prevention and protection
  • Alternative solutions
    • Compartmentation
    • Protection provided by traditional materials and construction
    • Fire doors
    • Flues and duct
    • Detection
  • Automatic fire suppression
  • Managing fire safety
  • Damage limitation
  • Emergency Planning

Assessment

Assessment of all course work is to qualification assessment criteria.

Dates and prices

Duration2 days
2018Mon 19th Nov → Tue 20th Nov
Delegate cost£320 + VAT
LocationYarnfield, Stone, Staffordshire
Accommodation

Costs and details


Prior learning

This course is designed for professionals who are experienced in application of fire safety guidance such as Approved Document B and BS 9999.


Pre-course module

Distance learning module featuring a case study.


Delivery

Sessions will be delivered using PowerPoint, flipchart, group discussion, individual tuition and practical exercises.


Post course

Delegates must complete workbooks within four weeks of course completion.