Join us for five days in June for our BS 9999 Commercial buildings course, delivered via our Interactive Virtual Classroom (iVC).
Running from 14th to 18th June, the course provides delegates with an understanding of BS 9999, a risk-based approach to fire safety in the design, management and use of buildings.
If you have experience in the application of fire safety guidance such as Approved Document B, then this course is suitable for you. ✔
Core topics covered include:
➡️ Relationship with other standards
➡️ ASET – time-based analysis
➡️ Risk profiling
➡️ Minimum fire protection measures
➡️ Variation of risk profile
➡️ Additional measures and their limits – sprinklers, AFD, ceiling height
➡️ Levels of management
➡️ Progressive levels of horizontal evacuation
➡️ Staircase options
➡️ Ventilation factors effecting levels of fire resistance
➡️ Functional design freedoms
➡️ Options for a flexible design approach.
With coursework assessed to National Occupational Standards criteria, on completion you will be confident in applying the standard using a number of exercises so you can design a building, assess a building design and offer advice.