What is Passive Fire Protection?
Passive Fire Protection is built into the structure to provide stability and into walls and floors to separate the building into areas of manageable risk – compartments. These areas are designed to restrict the growth and spread of fire allowing occupants to escape and offering protection for firefighters. Such protection is either provided by the materials from which the building is constructed, or is added to the building to enhance its fire resistance. – ASFP
Quality Control Management Services LTD offers the facility of a full report comprising itemised schedule of the buildings passive fire protection provisions, including an area by area log with photographic evidence. Alternatively a letter head report can be produced with just an overview of the passive fire protection provisions which have been inspected onsite
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