HomeBond was set up in 1978 to provide structural defects insurance to purchasers of new homes. To date over 650,000 homes have been registered with HomeBond. The company’s core function has been the provision of structural defects cover for purchasers of new homes, with a complementary focus on improving the general overall quality of residential construction in Ireland through advising, educating and training builders, building professionals and other interested parties.
The purpose of this one day course is to provide attendees with a detailed understanding of the design and construction related components of Part B of the Technical Guidance Documents- Fire Safety
To provide attendees with an understanding of the legislation regarding Fire Safety
For attendees to learn the key principles relating to a fire and its growth
To give attendees the knowledge to design buildings in compliance with Technical Guidance Document B
To ensure attendees understand the key on-site fire related construction details
To ensure that attendees understand and realise the importance of compliance with TGD B and Legislation
John A. McCarthy (BArch, RIAI Fellow) is an Architect/Fire Safety Consultant currently in private practice, specialising in the provision of a range of consultancy services relating to general practice architecture and fire safety aspects of the design, construction and management of buildings including fire safety design consultancy, preparation and processing of Fire Safety Certificate applications under Building Control Regulations, and assessment of buildings for compliance with legislative
1 Day - 9am to 5pm
Assessment & certification
The assessment will take the form of a Multiple Choice Question exam at the end of the each module. 1 CPD hour
Who should attend
This course is suitable for attendees who are seeking an in-depth knowledge of the Building Regulations and related legislation.