Webinar Replay – Introduction To Passive Fire Protection
Aired: Date 13th December. Time 12 noon
Speaker: Tom Stallard – Head Of Fire Services
Passive fire protection is a critical aspect of building design and construction that focuses on slowing down or containing the spread of fire within a structure. It does not involve active systems like fire alarms or sprinklers but relies on the use of fire-resistant materials, structural design, and compartmentalisation to enhance fire safety.
Passive fire protection is an essential aspect of overall fire safety in buildings. Combined with active fire protection measures like fire alarms and sprinkler systems, it helps reduce the risk to occupants and property and provides additional time for safe evacuation during a fire emergency.
Properly designed and implemented passive fire protection systems are crucial for safeguarding lives and property in the event of a fire.
Fire safety belongs to everyone, and being armed with useful information means you can act responsibly regarding fire prevention.
For those of you on the frontline, it is vital that you manage risk early in the process and ensure that the wider community understands what it means to live and work in safe buildings.
The Introduction to Passive Fire Protection Webinar has been designed to equip attendees with critical knowledge and insights into fire safety measures, focusing on passive fire protection.
Are you ready?
The learnings from this webinar will help you assess and improve your knowledge of passive fire protection, ensuring a safe and secure environment for all stakeholders.
This is a golden opportunity to learn from, pick Tom’s brain and enhance your competency in passive fire protection.
In this key webinar, we covered the following key points
- Passive fire protection legislation and standards
- Principals of compartmentation
- Types of compartmentation
- Design, use, and sizes of compartmentation
- Elements of passive fire protection
- Building structure
- Internal non-structural elements
- Building services
- Fire doors
- Inspection of passive fire protection
You will walk away with…
- An understanding of the importance of passive fire protection and what is required.
- Understand the critical elements of passive fire protection.
- A better understanding of the challenges that you face and the impact of not acting on this advice
Where do you want to go today?