Fire safety for low rise flats and housing Fire safety for low rise flats and housing

 

Fire safety for low rise flats
and housing

This one-day course is designed for site managers or anyone who inspects cavity barriers and/or fire stopping in low rise flats and housing. It explains where cavity barriers and fire stopping is needed and walks through both good and bad practice along with the types of materials suitable for common scenarios.

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Who should attend

Site managers

Assistant site managers

Anyone else who would require an overview

What you will learn

The difference between a cavity barrier and fire stopping

Where each of these must be provided in low rise flats and housing

A high-level overview of relevant sections in AD Part B

Materials used for cavity barriers and fire stopping

What to watch out for with cavity barriers and fire stopping

Benefits to you

An appreciation of where cavity barriers and fire stopping should be placed

An introduction to best practice to reduce the risk of non-compliance

Become more confident in assessing the materials used

Course Pricing

COURSE TYPE

PRICE

MAX ATTENDEES

In-company

£1,200

16

Open

£150

16

Prices are exclusive of VAT

 

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