The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has announced a programme of free passive fire protection (PFP) webinars. Some events are open to all and others to members only. Just click on the links below for further details and to reserve your place.
The ASFP is dedicated to the protection of life, property, the environment and our heritage and promotes continuous improvement in all aspects of passive fire protection.
Working with government and international standard-setting bodies both directly and via other sector group associations, the ASFP endeavours to increase the quality of installed fire protection within all forms of construction. The ASFP strives to promote excellence in the design and installation of fire-protection products through high-quality and technical expertise.
Passive Fire Protection for Designers & Specifiers
31 March 2021
This event will take the form of an introductory presentation followed by an hour-long panel session involving 3-4 industry representatives discussing design and specification issues and concerns. It will cover:
- What stage to involve fire specialists.
- Understanding test evidence.
- Details on specifying, e.g. BCF/ASFP document intumescent.
- What you need to know / when to ask for PFP specialists.
Passive Fire Protection for Contractors, Installers and Dry Liners
21 April 2021
This hour-long session will provide an overview of passive fire protection installation considerations. It will discuss the scheduling of PFP work and when to involve PFP specialists. It will feature an introduction from the ASFP and input from our guest speaker Joe Cilia, Technical Director of FIS (Finishes and Interiors Sector).
Modern forms of compartmentation
19 May 2021
This practical session on modern forms of compartmentation will focus on product details and product standards.
It will explain why compartmentation is important, look at modern forms of compartmentation such as fire-resisting glazing and fire curtains; and provide information on how to choose a competent installer. It will feature speakers from ASFP and input from our guest speaker, a representative of the Glass and Glazing Federation.
For more information, go to www.asfp.org.uk