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Fire Protection Information

Building Regulations and Guidance

Fire Safety: Approved Document B

Building Bulletin 100: Design for fire safety in schools

Document B Guidance

Technical Note – RISK and Building Regulations

Bond Dickinson Advice Note – Fire Protection Issues

Technical Note – Third Party Certification

 

FAQs

Technical note – Fire FAQs

Approved Document B

 

Other Guidance: relevant publications and articles

Fire test report: DCLG BS 8414 test no.5

BWF Certifire – Fire Doors and Doorsets – Refurbishment Best Practice Guide

Grenfell Tower fire article by David Frise – Construction News 4 July 2017

Fire – Understand your responsibilities

AIS Insight April 2013 – Penetrations

Technical Note – Fire Labelling Scheme with ASFP

Online links:

Wilkinson Construction Consultants

Statement on Grenfell House from Chairman of the BWF Fire Door Scheme

Grenfell Tower Inquiry

http://www.bwfcertifire.org.uk/publications/guides-and-directories

http://firedoorsafetyweek.co.uk/council-and-social-housing/

http://specfinish.co.uk/drylining-and-passive-fire-protection/

http://specfinish.co.uk/getting-fire-protection-right-can-save-lives/

http://specfinish.co.uk/asfp-fis-reveal-labelling-system-improve-fire-safety/

http://specfinish.co.uk/asfp-backs-passive-fire-protection-research-project/

http://specfinish.co.uk/technical-fire-understand-your-responsibilities/

http://specfinish.co.uk/fire-doors-what-contractors-need-to-know/

http://specfinish.co.uk/passive-fire-protection-how-to-deliver-on-regulation-38/

http://specfinish.co.uk/raising-standards-in-fire-protection/

http://specfinish.co.uk/technical-fire-stopping-in-drywall-systems/

Construction Industry Council – Fire Safety Digests

Current Issue – 12 December 2017

Archive

A Guide to Office Acoustics

‘A Guide to Office Acoustics’ promotes best practice in the design and installation of acoustic solutions in offices.  It encompasses the needs of a range of audiences, including first time office occupiers, clients, specialist contractors, suppliers, designers, architects and acousticians.

Best Practice Installation Guides

The FIS Best Practice Installation Guides are not intended as a definitive technical manual, as the manufacturers’ recommendations must always be followed, but as a guide to the construction team as to best practice. FIS encourages all its members to follow the principles set out in these guides.

Industry Updates

Technical Notes

SpecFinish and FIS Focus Magazine Articles

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