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Home Advanced Search Contact us. BRE Group operates in accordance with strict guidelines and procedures to ensure that we remain impartial and avoid conflicts of interest.

It should be noted that BRE Group does not offer consultancy, advice or guidance in any areas that could conflict with our assurance services. Early reports from a multi-stakeholder study into the causes of false alarms from fire detection systems show that many of the false alarms that booo out fire and rescue services can easily be avoided.

The study – in which BRE is participating – began in late but boom already providing recommendations that can be quickly implemented.

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LFB says that fridge freezers insulated with flammable materials are putting lives at risk, and has called on manufacturers to fireproof these units. More than 70 people, representing insurers, manufacturers and specifiers, attended this seminar at BRE on 12 March.

They debated the correct specification, supply and use of scaffold cladding and temporary protective covering materials on construction sites, and the role of LPCB standards LPS and LPS The presentations are available here. Xenon and LED visual alarm devices VADsused to warn deaf and hard of hearing people of fire, has been investigated in a recently completed research project. A video summarising the project can be seen hereand a briefing paper here. Following the introduction of engineered fire protection in the late 19 th century, insurance companies introduced the concept of third-party certification for sprinkler systems.

This was later extended to include installers and other systems and equipment. In the past decade there has been a significant increase in the use of sprinkler systems to protect life in residential and domestic premises in the UK. This was a result of experience in the United States where residential sprinklers were seen to make a significant contribution to reducing the loss of life from fire.

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In addition to the traditional sprinkler installation companies, a range of other organisations started to enter the market to provide the smaller domestic and residential systems. It was determined that a separate scheme for installation of these systems was necessary.

Is the LPCB “Red Book” Relevant?

It uses the same technical requirements for acceptable systems as those laid out in BS In keeping with other LPS schemes, LPS provides independent third-party certification that systems and the people who design, install and maintain them meet and continue to meet appropriate standards. LPS ensures that everybody involved in commissioning and supplying the system, together with the end client, has confidence and assurance that the product meets the standard. Ultramist Ltd is the first company to achieve approval to LPS For further information please contact michaelise bre.

The product standard EN for power, control and communication cables was cited in the OJ on 10 Julymarking the start of CE marking being possible for these products from 1 December By 1 DecemberCE marking will become mandatory for all such products placed on the market in Europe.

By 1 DecemberCE marking will become mandatory. From now, BRE Global is able to accept both cables and fire doorsets for testing in accordance with EN and EN respectively, in support of manufacturers aiming to CE mark their products and demonstrate regulatory compliance.

Talking to the testing and certification experts at BRE Global would be a valuable first step, likely to save time and keep unnecessary costs down. BRE Lpcv Limited is custodian of a number of world leading brands including:.

The Trust uses the profits made by the BRE companies to fund research and education that advances knowledge of the built environment. For more lpch, visit www. Kamil took part in the conference and exhibition, raising the profile and promoting the value of LPCB certification. It is aimed at anybody undertaking inspections of timber doors, steel doors and steel roller shutters, and covers relevant standards and regulations including CE markingthe different types of doors, critical components and what defects to look out for.

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BRE has participated in a BBC investigation into whether lithium batteries used in personal devices, such as laptops and phones, could represent a potential fire hazard on aircraft. LPCB and the South African Bureau of Standards signed an agreement for the use, in the South African market, of LPS for assessing and certificating the performance of grease filters in commercial kitchen extract systems.

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See here for LPS approved products. During the construction of new buildings and renovation of existing buildings, it is common to use protective sheeting made from plastic or similar materials to provide protection against damage, dirt, dust and other materials produced by work in adjacent areas.

If the material used complies with LPSFire requirements for protective covering materials, it will not add significantly to the fire risk. The standard was originally published in and the number of approved products now stands at more than A study by BRE for the Business Sprinkler Alliance analysed the whole life costs benefits of fire sprinkler installation in warehouses of three size ranges. It concluded that sprinklers are, on average, a cost effective investment for warehouses with floor areas above 2, m 2.

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The greatest benefit arises from reducing direct fire losses. Many false fire alarms ‘can be avoided’ Early reports from a multi-stakeholder study into the causes of false alarms from fire detection systems show that many of the false alarms that call out fire and rescue services can easily be avoided.

The study – in which BRE is participating – began in late but is already providing recommendations that can be quickly implemented London Fire Brigade LFB warns of fridge freezer risks LFB says that fridge freezers insulated with flammable materials are putting lives at risk, and has called on manufacturers to fireproof these units.

The scheme has three primary objectives: The event was addressed by: See here for a full list of LPS approved products.