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Fire Safety Engineering

We follow the four stages of the Fire Engineering Process as set out by the International Fire Engineering Guidelines 2005 (IFEG, 2005):

Fire Engineering Brief (FEB)
  1. Scope of proposed solution
  2. Communicate with key stakeholders
  3. Document data
  4. Stakeholders sign off on agreed FEB
  1. Agreed method of analytical assessment
  2. Carry out analytical assessment
  3. Clarify and assess results
  4. Acceptable results
  1. Completed analysis and results
  2. Collate and evaluate results
  3. Final results
  4. Comparison with agreed acceptance criteria
Fire Engineering Report (FER)
  1. An overview of the FEB
  2. Outline of the analysis modelling and/or testing
  3. Evaluation of results
  4. Conclusion

The preparation of the Fire Engineering Brief (FEB) forms the basis of the Fire Engineering Process by clearly outlining the non-compliance issues to be resolved and potential fire engineering solutions.

We organise meetings with the relevant stakeholders to discuss the FEB and seek their input. This ensures a transparent and facilitative process where all parties have an opportunity to raise and discuss their concerns.

We use computer software for conducting the analysis and based on analysis, results are evaluated and conclusions drawn. The Fire Engineering Report (FER) is prepared for review and approval by the relevant stakeholders.

The stakeholders are encouraged to provide an agreement in principle to the FER upon which a final version is submitted to the Building Certifier for building approval. This completes the Fire Engineering Process.

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