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Building Services Research & Information Association is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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Documents supplied by Building Services Research & Information Association

Airtightness Testing for New Dwellings - The Essential Guide to Part L1 of the 2006 Building Regulations - Updated with ATTMA's Clarification on Determining a Dwelling Type
An Illustrated Guide to Mechanical Building Services in Buildings
Application Guide 11/98: Project Management Handbook for Building Services
Application Guide 3/89.2: Commissioning of Air Systems in Buildings
Application Guide AG 3/89.3: Commissioning of Air Systems in Buildings
BSRIA Blue Book 2009
BSRIA Guide 1/2007: Handover, Operating and Maintenance (O and M) Manuals, and Project Feedback - A Toolkit for Designers and Contractors
BSRIA Guide 1/2008: The Illustrated Guide to Renewable Technologies
BSRIA Guide 2/2005: Wind-Driven Natural Ventilation Systems
BSRIA Guide 2/2007: Combined Heat and Power (CHP) for Existing Buildings - Guidance on Design and Installation
BSRIA Guide 4/2006: Airtightness Testing - The Essential Guide to Part L2 of the 2006 Building Regulations
BSRIA Guide 5/2008: Whole-Life Costing Analysis
BSRIA Guide 6/2006: A Design Framework for Building Services - Design Activities and Drawing Definitions
BSRIA Guide 7/2009: Heat Pumps - A Guidance Document for Designers
BSRIA Guide 9/2003: Fuel Cell Technology - The Scope for Building Services Applications - Technology and Applications Guidance
Building Energy Management Systems - The Basics
Building Services Legislation - A Directory of UK and EC Regulations - 10th Edition
Code of Practice 6/99: Environmental Code of Practice for Buildings and their Services
Facilities Management Specification - Guidance to the Standard Specification for Water Services Risk Assessment
Facilities Management Specification - Standard Specification for Water Services Risk Assessment
Fire Extinguishing Systems - A Guide to their Integration with other Building Services
Fire Risk Assessment - Catering Extract Ventilation
Guidance Note 10/99: Sizing and Efficient Use of Small Air-Conditioning
Guidance to the Standard Specification for Ventilation Hygiene
Guide to Legionellosis - Operation and Maintenance
Guide to Legionellosis - Risk Assessment
HVAC troubleshooting - a guide to solving indoor environmental and energy consumption problems
Heat Recovery Systems
Legionellosis control - log book
Locating Fire Alarm Sounders for Audibility.
Minimising the Risk of Legionellosis - Information Sheet
Photovoltaics in Buildings - Safety and the CDM Regulations
Photovoltaics in Buildings - Safety and the CDM Regulations
Pre-Commission Cleaning of Pipework Systems (2nd Edition) - Including Advice on Fit-Out Works
Primary School Carbon Footprinting - A Special Report 2007 BSRIA Briefing - A Victorian School, a 1970s School, and a Post-Millennium Sustainable School - Which One Has the Lowest Carbon Footprint? (Adjusted Carbon Factors, January 2008)
Services in Timber Framed Construction - Guidance for a Defect-Free Interface
Standard Specification for Ventilation Hygiene
Technical Note - Building-Related Sickness - Causes, Effects, and Ways to Avoid It
Technical Note 12/00: Location of Fresh Air Intakes
Technical Note 12/99: Environmental Rules of Thumb
Technical Note 13/86: Health and Hygienic Humidification
Technical Note 16/00: Energy Efficient Chiller Control
Technical Note 18/97: Commercial Boiler Emissions 2
Technical Note 3/90: Design Recommendations for Room Air Distribution Systems
Technical Note 6/02: Water Reclamation Guidance - Design and Construction of Systems Using Grey Water
Technical Note 7/01: Rainwater and Greywater in Buildings - Project Report and Case Studies
Technical Note 7/2001: Rainwater and Greywater in Buildings - Project Report and Case Studies
Technical Note 8/02: Designing Against Terrorism
Technical Note 9/98: Building Control and Indoor Environmental Quality - A Best Practice Guide

About IHS
IHS, formerly known as Technical Indexes, is one of the leading global providers of critical information, decision-support tools and related services to customers in a number of industries, such as energy, defence, aerospace, construction, education, health & safety, transport. We service customers ranging from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries and employ more than 2,300 people worldwide.

   
 

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