Effective management of passive fire protection (PFP) is one of the most important aspects of fire safety both in the home, and in commercial or public buildings.
We have created a series of targeted guides to help you explore passive fire protection from your perspective. Whether you want to learn more about PFP legislation in relation to your business, or have a question regarding the required labelling on second hand furniture, this help section has been designed to answer your questions.
Passive fire protection is a term that is used to refer to a wide variety of products and processes. This guide introduces the core concepts and product types to be discussed throughout this help section.
An overview of the regulations that govern the implementation of passive fire protection within construction.
An introduction to the concept of compartmentalisation, and the various methods employed to achieve this effect.
A beginner’s guide to one of the core materials used in passive fire protection, and the products in which it can be found.
A detailed overview of passive fire protection in relation to furniture with a variety of subsections covering specific issues.
An overview of the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations as they relate to bedding and curtains.
A breakdown of the legislation and recommended standards that underpin current passive fire protection guidance.