British Fire Protection Systems Association Limited

The British Fire Protection Systems Association (BFPSA) the Fire Extinguishing Trades Association (FETA) and the Fire Industry Confederation (FIC) merged in April 2007 to form the Fire Industry Association.

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Kingston upon Thames
KT1 1PH
UK

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
BFPSA guidance supporting the Building Regulations approved document B section 1: 2000 Edition 2001 Red
Code of practice for category 1 aspirating detection systems. Issue 1. Incorporating Appendix A 1996 Red
Code of practice for category 1 aspirating detection systems. Issue 1 1996 Red
Code of practice for design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of aspirating smoke detector (ASD) systems. Issue 2 2005 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 1 - General requirements. (1 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.1 - Physical properties and system design for HFC 227ea extinguishant. (2 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.2 - Physical properties and system design for HFC23 extinguishant. (3 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.3 - Physical properties and system design for IG-541 extinguishant. (4 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.4 - Physical properties and system design for IG-55 extinguishant. (5 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.5 - Physical properties and system design for IG-01 extinguishant. (6 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.6 - Physical properties and system design for FC 3-1-10 extinguishant. (7 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.7 - Physical properties and system design for FIC-1311 extinguishant. (8 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 2.8 - Physical properties and system design for HCFC blend A extinguishant. (9 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for gaseous fire fighting systems. Issue 1. Part 3 - Integrity of enclosures. (10 of 10) 1995 Red
Code of practice for the design, installation and servicing of voice alarm systems associated with fire detection systems 1994 Red
Fire risk assessment - a guide to complying with the fire precautions (workplace) regulations 1997 1997 Red
Guidance for power supplies for use in fire alarm systems 1995 Red
Guidance note - EC Regulation no 842/2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases 2006 Red
Guide to the maintenance of fire detection and alarm systems 2003 Red
Summary of the maintenance requirements of BS5839-1: 2002 2003 Red
FFL 01 Legislation relating to pressurised fire extinguishing products and systems 2000 Red
FFL 02 Pressure equipment regulations 1999 2000 Red
FFL 03 Fire, the environment and foams 2001 Red
FFL 04 BFPSA application guidelines for carbon monoxide (CO) fire detectors 2001 Red
FFL 05 Construction Products Directive 2002 Red
FFL 06 Mains powered fire alarm systems with no standby power supply 2003 Red
FFL 07 Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and the Restriction on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (ROHS) directives 2003 Red
FFL 08 Ionisation chamber smoke detectors and the radioactive material (road transport) regulations 2004 Red
FFL 09 BS 5839-1 category L5 systems - an explanation 2004 Red
FFL 10 Guidance regarding fire alarm systems to BS 5839-1:2002 2004 Red
FFL 11 Approved document P of the Building Regulations 2000 2004 Red
FFL 12 Ionisation chamber smoke detectors (ICSD): applicable regulations for manufacturing, transport and disposal 2005 Red
FFL 13 Disability discrimination act 1995 (DDA) 2006 Red
FFL 14 Fire risk assessment and your obligations as an employer 2006 Red
FFL 15 Guide to (point) detector cleanliness 2006 Red
FFL 16 Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and the Restriction on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (ROHS) directives update 2006 Red

 

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