HomeFrom Testing & Assessments to Specifying Complaint Passive Fire Systems: Firestopping of Service Penetrations

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27 May 2024

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04:00 PM

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From Testing & Assessments to Specifying Complaint Passive Fire Systems: Firestopping of Service Penetrations

 


1 Formal CPD Hour

4:00 PM AEDT

NSCA Preformance Criteria 

PC 39, PC 40, PC 43, PC 46, PC 47, PC 56, PC 58

 

Presented by Mahmood Khan

 

The CPD covers the role of Passive Fire Protection (PFP) within NCC 2022, fire resistance testing standards (AS1530.4), importance of assessments (AS4072.1), and strategies for specifying compliant fire protection systems.

 

The CPD also emphasizes on regulatory compliance and the efficiency of the FIREFLY PFP platform in streamlining the compliance processes.

 

At the end of this presentation attendees will:

 

    • Discuss the role of Passive Fire Protection and their relevant clauses within NCC 2022.
    • Understand testing to AS1530.4 (2014) standard.
    • Evaluate the Importance and Implementation of assessments as outlined in AS4072.1
    • Specify complaint fire protection systems for different services and substrates.

 

Please Note:

 

    • PC 39 – Be able to integrate the material selection, structural and construction systems established in the conceptual design into the detailed design and documentation
    • PC 40 – Be able to resolve and present a coherent detailed design solution within necessary timeframes to obtain client and stakeholder approvals.
    • PC 43 – Be able to collaborate with nominated contractors early in the documentation process to identify key construction methodology opportunities and constraints.
    • PC 46 – Be able to produce project documentation that meets the requirements of the contract and procurement process and complies with regulatory controls, building standards and codes, and conditions of construction and planning approvals. controls, building standards, codes, and conditions of construction and planning approvals.
    • PC 47 – Be able to complete and communicate on-time, accurate documents for relevant stakeholders, including drawings, models, specifications, schedules and construction documentation.
    • PC 56 – Be able to apply appropriate and consistent systems for identification of defects, rectifications and approval of substitutions.
    • PC 58 – Complete documentation – including specifications, drawings, schedules, reports, certification and approvals – and other project information for issue to the client and relevant authorities, as required under the construction contract and relevant building and planning codes

 

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