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Fire Protection in Buildings Explained –dates for 2012

01 May 2012

‘Fire Protection in Buildings Explained – The Role of Passive Fire Protection Products’ is the new name for the successful Chiltern International Fire (CIF) CPD training course ‘Passive Fire Protection Explained’.

The new name, said Chief Operating Officer Jon Osborn, better reflects the course content, which will not change. ‘To help delegates understand the role of passive fire protection strategies and products, we have to paint a wider picture, looking at how fire develops and how Building Regulations address the risks.’

He stressed, ‘Feedback has been extremely positive. The course gives clear guidance on the legislative drivers for passive fire protection, such as the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. The live fire demonstrations show how quickly fire can gain hold if the correct measures and products are not in place, underlining visually and memorably the key messages we hope delegates will take away.’

Fire Protection in Buildings Explained – The Role of Passive Fire Protection Products will be held at CIF’s High Wycombe headquarters on 17th May and 4th October 2012. It is aimed at local authorities, housing associations, building contractors, facilities/estates managers, fire stopping installation companies, electrical & plumbing contractors, architects, building control inspectors and fire engineering students. Delegate fees are £285.00 + VAT (Standard) and £225 + VAT (TRADA members).

? Book online at www.chilternfire.co.uk/training  or call 01494 569744.







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