To meet the requirements of current fire safety legislation, system designers, installation, commissioning and maintenance engineers need to be able to demonstrate their competence in the tasks they carry out.
Who should attend?
System designers, installation, commissioning and maintenance engineers who need to be able to demonstrate their competence in the tasks they carry out. This course is designed for those who are, or will be, involved in the provision and maintenance of fire detection & alarm systems.
- The structure of BS 5839-1:2017
- Categories of fire detection & alarm systems
- System integrity and zone sizes
- Cabling & fixing recommendations
- Detector coverage
- Positioning of manual call points
- Recommendations for sounders
- Calculation of standby battery capacity
- False alarm management
- System certification & documentation
- Give delegates a good understanding of the recommendations contained within BS 5839-1:2017.
- Know the different fire system categories.
- Be able to design a basic fire detection & alarm system.
- Understand the importance of false alarm management.
Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance in addition to course notes, checklists, model procedures and sample forms. Those attending will be expected to take an interactive part in the training course, with practical exercises for both group and individual participation. Exercises are based on situations that may arise with a company installing and maintaining electronic fire systems.
Continuing Professional Development
Attending this course will contribute 6 structured hours towards your CPD requirements.
Alternatively, contact: Maxine Dent, Training Executive:
T: 01628 764831 E: firstname.lastname@example.org