IPH Mist suppression has taken its first steps into the world of commercial water mist fire suppression, and are delighted to be partnered with the international company ‘Ultrafog’.
PAS 79, which was last revised in 2012, provided generic fire risk assessment guidance. However, the housing sector wanted more housing-specific recommendations to be developed. It was therefore decided to revise PAS 79, updating the existing PAS and renaming it as Part 1, and introducing a new, housing-specific, Part 2.
It has been recognised that fire suppression systems installed in buildings can reduce the risk to life and significantly reduce the degree of damage caused by fire within a building.
IPH Mist Suppression are looking for an Office Administrator with previous Admin experience. The right candidate would be proactive, organised, and hard-working and will have previously worked within a SME Environment
Thinking of designing an open plan kitchen and living space? Has Building Inspectors now requested you install a fire suppression system?
The last week of May bore witness to some dramatic changes and expert opinion that ‘pulled no punches’ on the topic of Building a Safer Future:
New mandatory fire suppression measures are to be adhered to in all new high-rise blocks over 11 metres tall when they come into force in November 2020.
Mathew Tattum has been appointed as Head of Business Development for IPH Mist Suppression and will lead in the building of corporate relationships.
Building Regulations announce the biggest change in a generation – Fire Suppression Systems such as sprinklers and water mist systems are now compulsory!
BREAKING: building regulations boosting fire safety in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster. Housing developers will be forced to include water mist systems.
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