This half-day workshop aims to give Users/Clients/Responsible Persons a clear understanding of their obligations in respect of the provision, maintenance and servicing of Fire Detection and Alarm Systems in order to ensure that they comply with their statutory duties. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions throughout the workshop in order to have any queries on the subject addressed.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Indicate the Scope of the I.S. 3218:2009 Standard (Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems for Buildings - System Design, Installation, Servicing and Maintenance)
- Indicate the Scope of the B.S. 5839 Part 6 for Residential premises (referenced standard within I.S. 3218)
- Outline the duties and responsibilities of the relevant parties.
- Understand the basis for Fire Detection System categories and components and their relevant application.
- Summarise the Certification requirements at all stages of construction.
- Define the extent of works required by all providers:
- Fire Consultants
- Commissioning Parties
- Service/Maintenance Organisers
- Detail the competence, skills, compliance and duties required of providers.
- Review the performance of providers.
- Understand the scope of works and duties expected of providers.
- nderstand and communicate with relevant enforcing authorities.
- Assess the documentation provided and its compliance with the requirements of the I.S. 3218 standard.
Course TrainerThe workshop will be presented by Paul Condron, Chartered Building Services Engineer and Registered Consulting Engineer.
Paul has over 35 years experience in the design and specification of fire alarm systems, and is a member of both the I.S.3218 –Fire Detection and Alarm Systems and I.S.3217 – Emergency Lighting, Standards Development Committees.
Paul and his associates have developed and presented a wide variety of related courses throughout Ireland over the past 5 years.
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