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Tall Building Fires Highlight Need for Training

Widely acclaimed training course returns to London.

Anyone who has the day-to-day job of managing the risk of fire in Tall Buildings will benefit from the information delivered in a training course that takes place in London between 5-9 December 2016. Recognised by the Institution of Fire Engineers, the training is delivered by subject experts and subjects covered include: Tall Building Fire case studies, Fire Risk Management, understanding Fire Strategy documents and tutorials in an existing Tall Building (Tower 42).

The qualification provided by the course is quickly becoming the competency ‘benchmark’ for managing fire risk in Tall Buildings, with over sixty managers trained in London to date.

Previous delegates feedback:

Gave me a better understanding of the behaviour of fire and fire systems in Tall Buildings, structural characteristics, fire safety management – 10/10

Excellent course for me. Highlighted how much I have to learn. Taking away five urgent actions to address on Monday!

very effective in giving me an understanding of Tall Buildings especially fire growth. Would strongly recommend to work colleagues

Not only have I learnt from experienced and knowledgeable instructors , an added benefit has been the chance to benchmark and glean best practice from other Tall Building Fire Safety Managers

This course sets itself apart from other fire safety courses by concentration on the difficulties of managing high risk premises both residential and non-residential. It’s constructive approach to Policy, Procedure and fire safety management will enable me to construct better management strategy across our property portfolio, safeguarding both our staff and customers and ensuring business continuity

To book a place on the course, email: russ.timpson@horizonscanbcp.com


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