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Courses available at JM Passive Fire Protection Ltd include;

What is Passive Fire Protection?

Passive fire protection describes measures installed to slow the spread and contain the fire using fire doors, fire-resistant floors, walls, and other systems. This helps protect different areas of a property and allows anyone inside the opportunity to escape safely.

Passive fire protection also gives emergency services time to attend an emergency and work in a safer environment. A fire that is allowed to spread will damage the structural integrity of the building, and stopping or slowing the spread as much as possible will help protect the building and its contents.

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How Does Passive Fire Protection Differ From Active Fire Protection?

Where passive fire protection is concerned with protecting against potential fire risks, or containing the fire and stopping it from spreading to other areas of the property, active fire protection is about detection, stopping the fire, and escape.

Passive protection systems employ fire doors, fire-resistant flooring and materials, and cavity barriers that limit the spread of fire and help to contain it.

Active protection makes use of fire alarms, smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, fire extinguishers, emergency escapes, and more.

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What is Passive Firestop Training?

The training courses for passive fire protection available at JM Passive Fire Protection Ltd give a comprehensive understanding of the safety methods used and their importance.

These Level 1 and Level 2 courses are set up to ensure a basic understanding and knowledge and to allow the candidate to display the best professional practice in the passive fire protection industry.

Online fire safety training and introductory courses are also an option. The benefits of an online course or online introduction include allowing the candidate to gather essential knowledge without the costs and inconvenience of travelling to courses.

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Why Is Fire Stopping Certification Essential?

Fire safety training is useful for a range of different people and the courses aim to provide an understanding of fire science (this covers all aspects of fire including fire behaviour and fire investigation), how the correct installation of fire protection materials can protect the structural frame of the building, and how fire resistant surfaces and barriers will stop the spread of fire.

This knowledge will increase safety, and the qualifications provided will improve prospects for individuals working in the industry. It will also help when carrying out fire risk assessments.

A fire risk assessment will determine what measures need to be taken for the safety of the premises. Successful completion of this course will allow the candidate to carry out fire risk assessments to a high standard.

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Who Are Fire Safety Training Courses Aimed At?

Different levels of courses are aimed at different people within the industry. Those that will benefit from specialist fire protection foundation courses and the fire safety courses beyond includes:

  • Contractors
  • Designers
  • Senior passive fire protection measure installers
  • Managers in passive fire protection roles
  • Team leaders in passive fire protection roles
  • Supervisors in passive fire protection roles
  • Site supervisors
  • Staff in technical sales roles
  • Contract supervisors
  • Building owners
  • Building occupiers
  • Enforcement agencies
  • Fire engineers
  • Fire risk assessors
  • Fire warden
  • Fire safety managers
  • Site inspectors

Other roles within these industries will have fire safety responsibilities and would also benefit from the courses available.

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Level 1 H&S Including CSCS Green Card

The Level 1 H&S Including CSCS Green Card enables you to pass your Health and Safety qualification and get your CSCS Green Card on the same day so you can start working on site immediately.

This course is for anyone looking to get started working on a construction site and will provide you with a good understanding of basic health and safety including all of the information you will need in order to pass your CSCS exam.

The course contains 5 modules which you will complete in a single day followed by an assessment. Attendees who pass the assessment will then go on to sit the exam for their CSCS Green Card on the same day

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Level 1 H&S Including CSCS Green Card

The Level 1 H&S Including CSCS Green Card enables you to pass your Health and Safety qualification and get your CSCS Green Card on the same day so you can start working on site immediately.

This course is for anyone looking to get started working on a construction site and will provide you with a good understanding of basic health and safety including all of the information you will need in order to pass your CSCS exam.

The course contains 5 modules which you will complete in a single day followed by an assessment. Attendees who pass the assessment will then go on to sit the exam for their CSCS Green Card on the same day

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Fire Stopping Course FAQs

Why should I invest time and money in fire protection training courses?

As well as getting the knowledge from the courses and improving the quality of service you can provide, you will also be able to advise customers, clients, or prospective new employers of the qualification to prove your suitability for passive fire safety tasks.

How much do passive fire protection courses cost?

Costs will vary depending on the level of fire safety training you are working on. For further price information, or if you need any other advice regarding fire protection, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by phone, email, or by using our dedicated contact form. You can find all of these on our contact page here.