Fire Safety (Part B Buildings Other than Dwelling Houses, and FSC)

Description

This module aims, in as reasonably practicable way as possible, to develop an in-depth knowledge, understanding and experience of the design, site and compliance requirements for Part B Buildings other than Dwelling Houses, BS 9999, BS5588 (including an overview of commercial stairs Part B, K, M). On completion of this module, learners should be able to demonstrate, to a high standard of completion, their understanding and application of Part B through individual and group assessment and individual project work, to demonstrate compliance in the building regulations, and to model some legislative roles and responsibilities required in the Irish built environment regulations. The completion of a Fire Safety Certificate is included in this module.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Investigate, determine and inform their knowledge, skills and experience relating to Part B, B1 Means of escape in case of fire (including an overview of commercial stairs TGD K, B, M), Health and Safety and best practice requirements in the Irish built environment, in a reasonably practicable way.

  2. Investigate, determine and inform their knowledge, skills and experience relating to Part B, B2 Internal fire spread (Linings), Health and Safety and best practice requirements in the Irish built environment, in a reasonably practicable way.

  3. Investigate, determine and inform their knowledge, skills and experience relating to Part B, B3 Internal fire spread (Structure), Health and Safety and best practice requirements in the Irish built environment, in a reasonably practicable way.

  4. Investigate, determine and inform their knowledge, skills and experience relating to Part B, B4 External fire spread, Health and Safety and best practice requirements in the Irish built environment, in a reasonably practicable way.

  5. Investigate, determine and inform their knowledge, skills and experience relating to Part B, B5 Access and facilities for the fire service, Health and Safety and best practice requirements in the Irish built environment, in a reasonably practicable way.

  6. Investigate, determine and inform their knowledge, skills and experience relating to the application of and submission thereafter of a Fire Safety Certificate for a building other than a dwelling on the NBCO BCMS.

Credits
10
% Coursework 100%