Eugene A. Cable, P.E., MSFPE, Fire Protection Engineer Life Safety Consultants NEHES Honorary Member Part I – AHC Occupancy Classification – AHJs Part II – Changes required, Business to AHC Part III – A Specific Case Study – The Building
A Practical Guide for AHJs and Facility Management Personnel Doors and hardware play a significant role in life safety. Fire door assemblies are essential elements in containing fire and smoke. It is critical that code officials, building owners and managers understand the importance of providing and maintaining the protective...
A spreadsheet that details the frequencies of fire protection system inspections.
In this presentation: Critical Actions Total Concept Design, Construction and Compartmentation Smoke Compartmentation Corridor Separation Hazardous Area Protection Vertical Opening Protection HVAC Fire Alarm / Detection Systems Sprinkler Systems Case Studies Lessons Learned General Fire Procedures Recommendation