CPD Fire Seminars 2013

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Unprotected steel beams at Plantation Place South, London.
Image courtesy of Arup Fire
The BCSA and Tata Steel held two Fire Engineering Seminars during June 2013 to educate architects and engineers in the principles and techniques that they need to know about fire-safe designs and to explain how these are applied in practice.


Leading fire engineering practitioners from the UK shared their knowledge and presented case studies. The Association for Specialist Fire Protection outlined their work in maintaining standards and supporting specifiers within the construction sector, and informative presentations by expert speakers from the BCSA helped to raise awareness on the most recent developments in the most cost-effective methods for designing buildings for fire.

Online versions of the CPD presentations are provided here.

[top]Legislation and trends in fire protection

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[top]The work of the Association for Specialist Fire Protection

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[top]Fire engineering: Testing, principles and practice

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[top]Simplified structural fire engineering

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[top]Structural fire engineering of unusual steel structures

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[top]The Shard - Structural fire engineering

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[top]Getting value from fire engineering for Architects and Engineers

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