This month’s course focus:
Fire alarm introduction to design
This course is focused on the basic application and interpretation of BS 5839 part 1. It covers the need for a fire alarm, category, and areas protected, system components, detection zones, and non-compliance. It also covers required documentation and false alarm management.
This one day course finishes with a written examination to test comprehension and an
ability to navigate the British Standard.
Who is it for?
If you are a fire extinguisher technician; an owner or manager of a fire protection company; a risk assessor; fire safety officer; or other enforcing body this course is for you.
To establish the need for a fire alarm and understand how to implement the relevant category to the premises. Understand the appropriate use of variations, and the different components available, and how to select these to design a compliant system.
This one day course culminates in a written exam.
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more interesting and made the information stick. I will highly recommend your
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