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Free CPD seminars by Hochiki

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Professional Courses
The technical seminars provided by Hochiki Europe have all been externally reviewed and approved by both the Construction CPD Certification Service (www.cpduk.co.uk) and CIBSE (www.cibse.org).

When and Where?
If you are interested in one of our courses please contact us and we will arrange for one of our staff to come to your office to give the presentation at a time and date that suits you and your colleagues. The presentations are completely free of charge and the Hochiki tutor will provide the relevant learning materials; all you have to do is provide the room and the people! Each course is about an hour long, and we provide certificates upon request.

Available courses:

Understanding EN54-23 Visual Alarm Devices

Who should attend: M&E Consultants and Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of designing, providing or maintaining Visual Alarm Devices.

One in Seven people in the UK are deaf or hard of hearing, and so they may require both visual and audio warning of a fire. Prior to 2010 there was no standard to regulate the light output of Visual Alarm Devices throughout Europe which is why EN54-23 was introduced.
This presentation has been designed to provide essential information about EN54-23:2010, such as what lux levels are required by the standard, what the different categories of VADs are, and how you can calculate the spacing and siting of the devices.

Emergency Lighting Standards & Design Considerations

Who should attend: M&E Consultants & Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of providing or maintaining commercial Emergency Lighting systems.

This presentation aims to give all those involved in the process of design, maintaining, providing and installing of Emergency Lighting systems an overview of the standards and items that must be taken into consideration when dealing with Emergency Lighting systems.
The presentation looks carefully at the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL) regulations, the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and standards, both current and forthcoming. Updated to include BS5266 Part1:2016 amendments

False Alarm Reduction in Detection Systems

Who should attend: M&E Consultants and Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of designing, providing or maintaining automatic fire detection systems.

This presentation has been designed to give all those involved in the process of design, maintaining, and installing fire detection systems an insight to the problems caused by false alarms and the ways and means of avoiding them. False alarms have considerable impact such as the cost to tax payers, prosperity of commerce and most importantly; complacency which can impact the safety of the public.
 

Understanding the Selection, Spacing and Siting of Detectors

Who should attend: M&E Consultants and Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of designing, providing or maintaining commercial fire detection systems.

This presentation has been designed to provide essential information on key points from the updated British Standard (BS) 5839 Part 1: 2013 (Fire detection and alarm systems for buildings). The revised BS 5839 Part 1: 2013 is the Code of Practice for system design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of fire detection and alarm systems within the UK and Northern Ireland. This presentation is designed to provide practical advice on the selection, spacing and siting of detectors giving a clear, pictorial and comprehensive overview of all of the items that need to be considered when designing a fire detection and alarm system.

Hybrid Wireless Fire Detection - The Standards & Technologies

Who should attend: M&E Consultants and Engineers, End Users, Architects or anyone involved in the process of designing, providing or maintaining wireless fire detection.

This presentation has been designed to provide essential information on key points regarding hybrid wireless fire detection including a summary of the current standards (BS5839 Part 1 and EN54 Part 25), a guide to when to use wireless, the technology behind the system and prime examples of appropriate applications.

To book:

If you wish to book a seminar please speak to your Hochiki Europe contact or alternatively you can email: [email protected] or call: Hochiki Europe’s Marketing Department on 01634 26 65 66

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  1. Free CPD seminars by Hochiki

    ... externally reviewed and approved by both the Construction CPD Certification Service ( www.cpduk.co.uk ) and CIBSE ( www.cibse.org ). ... you and your colleagues. The presentations are completely free of charge and the Hochiki tutor will provide the relevant learning ...

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