Fire Alarms: (2 Days)
The course provides the necessary information to design, construct
and commission a non-addressable fire alarm system to BS 5839.
The course is consists of examining and interpreting the relevant parts of BS 5839
then a practical workshop where a system is designed, constructed and inspected and tested.
Candidates are then introduced to the practical issues of
system maintenance, certification and reporting.
This two day course is based upon safety standards BS 5839:1, BS 5839:6.
- When as a contractor youre called upon to fit a fire alarm system into a building, usually a commercial building, not only will it be necessary to install the equipment correctly, the system will need to be designed correctly to be effective. Theres a little bit more to it than reading the instructions on the box, especially when your reputation is on the line. Do it competently and with confidence with the help of proper training on this course.
Fire alarm systems are essential for the safety of life and/or property.
- In general, it is appropriate to install some form of fire alarm system in virtually all buildings, except very small relatively open planned buildings. The initiation of alarm can be either manual or automatic, or a combination of both, as is usually the case.
- The level of cover required by a building is based upon a fire risk assessment and a suitable system selected to meet this need.
- The course provides the necessary information to design, construct and commission a non-addressable fire alarm system to BS 5839.