The volume of public buildings in Ireland still requiring retrofitting to meet fire safety requirements is still high. Equally, retrofitting an existing building for fire safety is a far greater challenge compared with designing a new building, so what specifics do you need to know?
This one-day CPD certified course will take you through the key considerations in retrofitting for fire safety, including important standards and codes (including what you need to know from Part B of the Building Control Regulations). We will show you the key steps needed in creating practical solutions to unique problems that can arise on a project, and exactly what should be involved in the process of fire safety retrofitting. We will also explore and explain evacuation strategies in retrofitted building, and engage in a highly practical Q&A with our trainer, who is one of the leading fire safety experts in the country.
All attendees will receive a full course pack and a certificate for 5 structured CPD hours.
Standards for fire safety
Creativity, Flexibility and Practicality
Part B of the Building Control Regulations
Process of fire safety retrofitting
Code Issues and fire safety systems
Evacuation Strategies in Retrofit Buildings Explained
Who Should Attend?
This event will be of real interest to anyone involved in the building & design sector including, architects, engineers, contractors, designers, suppliers, manufacturers, facility managers, property managers, local authorities, government departments, semi-state agencies, air tightness specialists, building control system and universities to name just a few.
On completion of this one-day training course, you will receive your CMG MasterClass Certificate as well as your CPD Certificate containing 5 Structured CPD Hours. Please note certificates are issued at the close of the training course to participants who complete the full five hours.
This course costs €395 (Early-bird) normal rate is €495. The price includes course documentation and training pack, teas and coffee, snacks, biscuits, fruit on arrival. Lunch is a light fare containing freshly cut sandwiches, wraps, a selection of teas and coffee. Alternatively, you can avail of the local food stores and coffee shops within a one-minute radius of the training centre for hot food or alternative lunch options.