Ensuring best practice for passive fire protection in buildings (Withdrawn)
Intended to assist all involved in the design, construction, administration, management or inspection of buildings or structures to establish best practice in the provision of Passive Fire Protection (PFP) measures. While primarily concerned with the safety of life and reduction of injury, PFP also provides protection for the building fabric, contents, business operations, heritage, and the environment, by reducing fire severity.
Superseded by Edition 2, 2014.
Association for Specialist Fire Protection
Formed in 1975, the Association for Specialist Fire Protection currently represents the major U.K. based specialist manufacturers and installers of structural passive fire protection systems. They produce technical information to ensure built in fire protection in buildings.
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