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ASFP Advisory Note 1: Safe Use of Horizontal Fire Stopping - Avoid Accidents from Non-Load Bearing Fire Protection
An Industry Guide to the Design for the Installation of Fire and Smoke Resisting Dampers ("Grey Book")
Are You R-R-Ready for the RRO? The What?... The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order ...
Are You Ready for the Move Towards a Fully Risk Assessed Regime for Fire?
Article 233: Best Practice in Building Fire Protection - Government Should Lead the Way!!!
Article 234: Testing and Assessment of Fire Stopping and Penetration Sealing Systems - The 'British' Regime
Article 237: Timber Frame Buildings - What You Need to Know About Fire Protection!
Article 238: Competency for Fire Protection Installers - Let's Clamp the White Van Men!!
Article 239: Structural Steel Fire Protection
Article 248: Fire Protection for Buildings - Do You Have Adequate Levels of Protection?
Article 249: Shouldn't Buildings Critical to the Community Have Extra Levels of Fire Protection?
Article 250: Fire Protection - The Important Third!!
Article 251: Non-Loadbearing Partitions - Fire Protection Uses
Article 253: Tall Buildings - A Holistic Approach to Their Fire Protection
Article 259: Helping Solve Fire Protection Problems in High Density Housing Projects
Article 287: Ductwork Fire Protection - Get It Right or Risk Fire Spreading Throughout the Building
Article 289: Compartmentation Issues
Article 292: Fire Protection of Steel Beams in Modern Buildings
Article 293: Government Should Lead the Way on Modern Methods of Construction!
Article 296: Fire Stopping and Penetration Sealing Systems - Dealing with Gaps in the Retail Market!
Article 299: You Better BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapour Explosion) It - What Are the Fire Protection Options for LPG Storage Vessels?
Article 300: Defeat the School Arsonist - Use Holistic Fire Protection Solutions!
Article 302: Moving in the Right Direction
Article 303: Approved Document B - What Are the Main Changes?
Article 305: Passive Fire Protection in Tunnels - Recognising the Need
Article 306: Ductwork in A Modern Building
Article 307: The Fire Safety Order & Co. (Established 2006-7) - A Rough Ride for the Fire Business?
Article 308: A Timely Wake Up Call
Article 310: So What's the Ongoing Fuss About Sandwich Panels
Article 320: Fire Protection at the Junction
Article 322: Look Out for Those Square Holes! Recent Developments in Fire Protection of Steel Beams with Web Openings
Blue Book - Fire Rated and Smoke Outlet Ductwork - An Industry Guide to Design and Installation
Blue Book - Fire Resisting Ductwork - An Industry Guide to Design and Installation
Blue Book - Fire Resisting Ductwork - An Industry Guide to Design and Installation
Blue Book - Fire Resisting Ductwork - Classified According to BS EN 13501 Parts 3 and 4
Blue Book - Fire Resisting Ductwork - Classified According to BS EN 13501 Parts 3 and 4
Blue Book - Fire Resisting Ductwork - Tested to BS 476 Part 24
Bringing Order to the Fire Stopping and Penetration Seal Market
Cable Fire Stopping - What are the Current Options?
Comprehension is Critical
Construction Methods - They Can Affect Your Fire Protection!
Education - Asking the Questions - Resourcing the Answers!
Ensuring Best Practice for Passive Fire Protection in Buildings
Fire Protection for Buildings - Have You Assessed the Risks?
Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings (2nd Edition - Revised)
Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings (2nd Edition)
Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - Supplement to Second Edition (Revised)
Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - Third Edition
Fire Protection of Timber Floors ("The Green Book")
Fire Protection to Structural Steel Using Thin Film Intumescent Coatings - An Industry Guidance Document - Intumescent Coatings Forum
Fire Stopping and Penetration Seals for the Construction Industry
Grey Book - The Installation of Fire and Smoke Resisting Dampers
Grey Book - Volume 1: EN Fire Dampers (European Standards) - E (Integrity) and ES (Integrity and Leakage) Classified
Guidance Note - 16th June 2007 - Overcladding of Reactive Coatings on Structural Steel Sections
Guidance on the Classification for Reaction to Fire Performance of Fire Retardant Coating Systems - Enhancing the Fire Performance of Surfaces in Buildings (Orange Book)
Have You Heard About the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order?
Is There a Madrid Fire Disaster Waiting to Happen in the UK?
Is There a Major UK Fire Disaster Waiting to Happen?
Just a Matter of Time Before a Major UK Fire Disaster?
Modern Methods of Construction - Government Should Lead the Way!
News Release 118: Fire Protection Advice for Steel Beams with Web Openings
Over Cladding of Thin Film Intumescents on Steel Sections - Advisory Notice
Passive Fire Protection - David Hartley to the Present Day
Property Fire Protection for New Buildings - Inspection Is the Key!
Purple Book - Fire Rated Non Load Bearing Partitions
Purple Book - Fire Resisting Partitions - A Guide to Internally Framed Non Load Bearing Partitions
Red Book - Fire Stopping - Linear Joint Seals, Penetration Seals and Small Cavity Barriers
Red Book - Fire Stopping - Linear Joint Seals, Penetration Seals and Small Cavity Barriers
Red Book - Fire Stopping and Penetration Seals for the Construction Industry (Including System Data Sheets)
Structural Fire Protection - David Hartley to the Present Day
Structural Fire Protection - From the Romans to the Present Day!
Technical Guidance Document 10: Code of Practice for the Refurbishment and Upgrading of Fire Protection of Structural Steelwork
Technical Guidance Document 11: Code of Practice for the Specification and On-Site Installation of Intumescent Coatings
Technical Guidance Document 11: Code of Practice for the Specification and On-Site Installation of Intumescent Coatings for Fire Protection of Structural Steelwork
Technical Guidance Document 13: Code of Practice for the Over-Cladding of Reactive Coatings When Used as Fire Protection to Steel Structural Sections
Technical Guidance Document 14: Code of Practice for the Installation and Inspection of Board Systems for the Fire Protection of Structural Steel Work
Technical Guidance Document 15: Code of Practice for the Installation and Inspection of Sprayed Non-Reactive Coatings for the Fire Protection of Structural Steelwork
Technical Guidance Document 1: Spray Coatings for Fire Protection of Concrete Floors - Technical Guidance Note for the Use of Sprayed Man Made Mineral Wool to the Requirements of BS 8110 Part 2
Technical Guidance Document 2: Spray Coatings for the Fire Protection of Structural Steel - Technical Guidance Note for the Mechanical Retention of Sprayed Mineral Coatings Based Upon the Requirements of BS 8202 Part 1
Technical Guidance Document 4: Fire Protection of Roof Components of Portal Framed Buildings and Secondary Structural Steelwork
Technical Guidance Document 5: Guide to Class 0 and Class 1
Technical Guidance Document 8: Guidance on the Junction Between Different Fire Protection Systems When Applied to Load Bearing Structural Steel Elements
Technical Guidance Document 9: Guidance Note for the Fire Protection of Steel Beams with Web Openings
Technical Guidance Note 10: Guidance Note for the Refurbishment and Upgrading of Fire Protection of Structural Steelwork
Technical Guidance Note 1: Spray Coatings for Fire Protection of Concrete Floors - Technical Guidance Note for the use of Sprayed Man Made Mineral Wool to the Requirements of BS 8110 Part 2
Technical Guidance Note 1: Spray Coatings for Fire Protection of Concrete Floors Part 1: Technical Guidance Note for the use of Sprayed Man Made Mineral Wool to the Requirements of BS 8110: Part 2: 1985
Technical Guidance Note 2: Spray Coatings for the Fire Protection of Structural Steel - Technical Guidance Note for the Mechanical Retention of Sprayed Mineral Coatings Based Upon the Requirements of BS 8202 Part 1
Technical Guidance Note 2: Spray Coatings for the Fire Protection of Structural Steel Part 1: Technical Guidance Note for the Mechanical Retention of Sprayed Minbterla [Mineral] Coatings Based upon the Requirements of BS 8202: Part 1: 1993
Technical Guidance Note 4: Fire Protection of Roof Components of Portal Framed Buildings and Secondary Structural Steelwork
Technical Guidance Note 5: Guide to Class 0 and Class 1
Technical Guidance Note 6: Structural Steel Fire Protection Using Intumescent Coating Systems in Conjunction with Existing Paint Layers, Zinc Rich Primers
Technical Guidance Note 7: On Site Guidance Note for the Specification and Use of Site Applied Intumescent Coating Systems
Technical Guidance Note 8: Guidance on the Junction Between Different Fire Protection Systems When Applied to Load Bearing Structural Steel Elements
Technical Guidance Note 9: Guidance Note for the Fire Protection of Steel Beams with Web Openings
Why Risk Assessments?
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - (Volume 1 of 2)
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - (Volume 2: Part 1: Boards)
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - (Volume 2: Part 2: Casings, Blankets and Circular Pre-Formed Products)
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - (Volume 2: Part 3: Sprayed Non Reactive Coatings)
Yellow Book - Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings - (Volume 2: Part 4: Sprayed Reactive Intumescent Coatings)

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