Fire Safety – Dwellings below 18m

Thurs 14 January 2021
With Michael Morgan

This presentation will cover fire safety in dwelling houses and deal with Building Regulation requirements B1 to B5, means of escape through to Fire Service provisions.

To book your place follow the link:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fire-safety-dwellings-below-18m-tickets-135328295575


The Building Regulations – Recent and forthcoming Amendments including Part B Fire Safety – Flats and Design flexibility.

Thurs 28 January
With Alan Stokes

This presentation will provide an introduction to highlight the recent changes to Part B (Fire Safety), and the changes to the primary legislation. The presentation will also discuss other proposed changes to Parts F (Ventilation), L (Conservation of Fuel and Power) and M (Access and use of buildings).

To book your place follow the link:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-building-regs-recent-forthcoming-amendments-incl-part-b-fire-safety-tickets-136259853891


Accessibility & Facilities – The Variable Requirements in Part M Vol 1

Thurs 11 February
With Alan Stokes

An introduction to the guidance in Approved Document M Volume 1 in respect of Categories 2 & 3.  The presentation will identify the key issues relating to the increased level of accessibility for dwellings.


Part M Volume 2 – Access and use of buildings other than dwellings

Thurs 25 February
With Nick Southall

An introduction to the requirements, interaction with other legislation, and the forthcoming ‘Changing Places’ requirements.


Building Safety Bill

Thurs 11 March
With Michael Morgan

An introduction and overview of the Draft Building Safety Bill.


Active Fire Precautions – When and where are they needed? 

Thurs 25 March
With Nick Southall

In this presentation we will consider Early Warning Fire detection, Emergency lighting provisions, Water Suppression systems and Fire curtain provisions.  We will explore basic design considerations for these active fire precautions and the suitable extent of provision for a range of building types.  This should provide a handy reference guide and should give confidence to participants in determining when and where and to what extent these provisions are suitable as part of the Fire safety design.