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CIOB Smoke Control Management Technical Information Sheet
To support the construction industry’s drive towards increased health and safety in buildings, this Technical Information Sheet focusses on ways to design and use effective smoke control solutions. The control of smoke and gasses that are released in a fire, kill more people that the fire itself, and in this publication, we describe the responsibilities, processes and technologies that are available.
- Relevant Legislation, Guidelines and Best Practice
- Types of Buildings and Case Studies
- Design considerations for smoke management and control systems
- Levels of engagement with regard to a smoke management systems
Paul is a prominent member of Fire Safe Europe, and its initiative European Fire Safety Community, where he attends meetings to advise on matters relating to smoke risk management. As a member of the IFSM he has been invited to deliver several high level presentations on the subject matter, and as a member of the National Association of Air Duct SpecialistsUK he regularly posts his views on safe practices.
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