This is always free of charge. Sync your bs 5306 part 8 pdf with the cloud! This is the first part of the comparison between BS9999 and FRAME , the fire risk assessment method for engineering.
FSE approach is often too expensive. So, it might be interesting to compare the BS 9999 approach with FRAME. FRAME is first of all a tool for the designer to define the elements required to meet the goal of an inherently fire safe building. General Information in Section 1. Regarding business continuity protection, on p. Annex A for business continuity. 5, 6, 7 and 9 of the standard.
A: awake and familiar with the building, e. B: awake and unfamiliar with the building, e. C: likely to be asleep, e. 7 to define the required fire resistance ratings. The occupancy classes C and D are given for completeness, as they are outside the scope of this standard. Basically, these classes represent variations in occupancy density, mobility and fire risk awareness.
Slow and Medium or between Medium and Fast, and further on, there are no guidelines how to handle in-between situations. 5 gives a series of predefined risk profile classifications. Sprinkler protection is mentioned in clause 6. In FRAME, the existence of smaller high risk zones is considered as an aggravation in sub factor a of the acceptable risk factor A. FRAME starts with the fire protection of property. In industry and commerce, the operational needs will define most of the characteristics of the building design. When the first choice for property is e.
For “residential” buildings, most projects will not select any automatic fire safety system at the beginning, although e. Designing for the management ? However, the quality requirements for a level 1 management system as defined in Clause 8. 3 is more often to be expected. If the systems provided for fire safety, e.