Lawrence Webster Forrest (LWF), Fire Engineering and Fire Risk Management Consultants
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Freephone: 0800 410 1130
E-mail: fire@lwf.co.uk

Healthcare

Our experience to date in respect of Healthcare includes such clients as the Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust where we were retained on a �m-multi fire upgrade project having initially undertaken the fire safety survey and fire risk assessment in line with the requirements of HTM 86.

Similar commissions include The Barts and the London NHS Trust, Poole Hospital NHS Trust, West London Mental Health NHS Trust, Royal Berkshire and Battle NHS Trust, The Royal Brompton Hospital NHS Trust, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, Newham Healthcare NHS Trust, Tower Hamlets Healthcare NHS Trust, City and Hackney NHS Trust, Central and North West London Mental Health NHS Trust and South London and Maudsley NHS Trust. All commissions included fire risk assessments to HTM 86 with recommendations to act.

PFI commissions include Barnet Hospital Phase 1B, Dudley Hospitals NHS Trust, West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast and latterly Belfast City Hospital Cancer Care Centre.

Our International projects include Porto Hospital where we undertook a fire safety strategy and fre risk assessment.

To discuss in more detail any of the above projects or any other project not listed above please call 0800 410 1130.

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FIRE SAFETY BLOGS

  • Fire Engineering Design and Risk Assessment - Firefighting & External Water Supplies - Part 33

    In LWF’s Fire Engineering blog series for Architects and others in the building design business, we have been looking at firefighting and the associated provisions that need to be made for the Fire Service. In part 32, we looked at the standards for wet and dry mains given in Approved Document B and BS 9999. In part 33, we consider dry mains in more detail.A dry rising main is comprised of pipework installed vertically...

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  • Fire Safety for Healthcare Premises - Fire Safety Policies - Part 67

    In LWF’s blog series for healthcare professionals, the aim is to give information on best practice of fire safety in hospitals and other healthcare premises. In part 66, we were discussing how fire safety policies should be formed and finished by noting that consultation with all types and levels of staff in a healthcare setting is necessary to ensure a considered and cohesive fire safety policy. In part 67, LWF will continue looking at fire...

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  • Facilities Management & Fire Safety - Insurers & Property Protection - Part 14

    LWF’s blog series for those who work in Facilities Management, or who have an interest in or responsibility for fire safety has been looking at the impact of the insurer on property protection from fire. In part 13, while acknowledging there are significant areas of overlap between life safety and property protection measures, we began to look at those areas where measures taken to protect property from fire would not benefit life safety aims, and...

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  • Fire Engineering Design and Risk Assessment - Firefighting & Internal Water Supplies - Part 32

    In LWF’s Fire Engineering blog series for Architects and others involved in the building design business, we have been looking at fire safety engineering and, most recently, firefighting. In part 31, we looked at the recommendations made regarding water capacity for any open water used for firefighting purposes and discussed relaying water to the place of fire origin. In part 32, we look at internal water supplies designed for the purpose of firefighting.Fire mains...

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  • Fire Safety for Healthcare Premises - Fire Safety Policies - Part 66

    In LWF’s blog series for healthcare professionals, our aim is to give information on best practice of fire safety in hospitals and other healthcare premises. In part 65, LWF considered some of the many important elements when considering general fire safety in a healthcare building, including the provision of alternative escape routes and the potentially unpredictable nature of human behaviour in a fire situation. In part 66, we look at fire safety policies.Clearly-defined fire...

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Case Studies

Duke of York, Victoria Street, London
The Duke of York is a busy pub in central London, used by commuters and theatre-goers alike.  In 2013, the pub was demolished in order to facilitate the London Underground Victoria Station Upgrad...

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General Bulletins

Fire - The External Risk
When we consider fire safety, our focus is normally from within, what can we do to prevent the occurrence of fire and how we can limit its damage.  Whilst this is the correct stance to take, we m...

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Technical Bulletins

Evacuation Modelling - Factor in Human Behaviour
Evacuation of buildings can be analyzed in different ways. Approved Document B (ADB) which provides guidance on meeting the requirements of the England and Wales Building Regulations with regard to fi...

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