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Health Technical Memorandum

Event overview

  • Dates:
  • Times: 13.00 - 16.30
  • Location: Plymouth - TBC
  • Booking closes on

Fire safety in healthcare is not solely about the physical fire precautions provided; other important factors include the dependency of patients, fire hazards, management policies and the availability of sufficient and adequately trained staff. The Health Technical Memorandum 05-02 provides guidance to achieve a satisfactory standard of fire safety for the purpose of satisfying Part B of The Building Regulations. HTM 05-02 can be used in the design of new healthcare premises and extensions/alterations to existing healthcare buildings.  This course is designed to improve knowledge and understanding of HTM 05-02 and explain the alternative approach to fire safety that healthcare premises require.

CPD: This course counts for 3 hours CPD.

Cost: £75 + VAT including course materials

Course Content & Learning Outcomes:

  • Introduction to HTM 05-02
  • Principles of containment
  • Fire extinguishment requirements
  • Principles of evacuation
  • Progressive horizontal evacuation
  • Active and passive fire precautions
  • The requirements for compartment and sub-compartmentation
  • Design philosophy
  • Working examples

Testimonials:
“A good introduction and overview”
“The trainer’s knowledge and presentation was excellent.”
“A very informative and useful course.”

Who should attend:
Architects
Designers
Building control surveyors
Fire brigade

If you have any questions please contact the LABC team by email on learning@labc.co.uk or call us on 020 7091 6860.

Trainer profile

Tim Parrett

Tim is a Member of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) and also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

Tim started his building control career at Shepway District Council and moved to Ashford in 1986. He was appointed as Head of Building Control in 2000 and in 2014 became Head of Development Delivery – managing a broad range of development related functions.

He is also Managing Director of ABC BC Ltd – a wholly owned LA Company- delivering  a wide  range of consultancy services to the industry.

Tim is the current chairman of the Kent Building Control Managers and Vice Chair of the South East Region of LABC.

A past chair of the LABC Training Working Group, Tim is keen to see LABC maintain its position as the market leading building control training provider.

He has lectured at South Kent College and Mid Kent College and regularly presents Continual Professional Development (CPD) seminars to private companies, the CIOB and other professional bodies.