Managing fire risk in commercial kitchens: Places still available for seminar

FPA seminar The seminar, which takes place on 11 December 2017 in Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire, was devised in support of a new loss prevention standard. Published in March 2017 LPS2084 covers requirements for the LPCB approval and listing of companies carrying out inspection, cleaning and maintainence of ductwork systems. Kitchen fires can be particularly severe when traced to the ignition of grease in the extract ductwork system.

Running between 10am and 3:30pm the seminar will begin with a case study of a relevant fire, and thereafter outline the obligations of responsible persons under legislation, to include: Common hazards such as damaged fire doors, inaccessible extinguishers, covered detectors, human error, poor standards of housekeeping and lack of suitable staff training. The main components of commercial ductwork systems and the importance of regular cleaning in helping to prevent fire spread. Automatic suppression systems and the role they can play. Emerging technologies in managing fire risk in extract ductwork systems. Book your place on the course for 195. You can see the timetable, which is subject to change, here. Webinar: Hush Those False Alarms Fire protection in HMOs, flats, and apartments is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons at the moment. This CPD-certified webinar provides an overview of the current solutions available for reducing false alarms specifically in HMOs. Join C-TEC on Wednesday 22 November between 11 am-12 pm to see some of the solutions available which includes using mixed, conventional and hush systems .

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