Lawrence Webster Forrest (LWF), Fire Engineering and Fire Risk Management Consultants
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Lawrence Webster Forrest
Legion House
Lower Road
Kenley
Surrey
CR8 5NH

Tel: +44 (0)20 8668 8663 Fax: +44 (0)20 8668 8583
E-mail: fire@lwf.co.uk

Fire Safety Training

LWF offers a comprehensive range of fire safety courses – tailored to your needs and presented at your own premises. 

Courses include: Fire Awareness (for all staff), Fire Warden Training, Fire Safety & Risk Assessment and our Fire Safety Instructor’s Course – each  developed over many years and presented by highly experienced and qualified trainers.

All training contains substantial personalised content and interaction between instructor and students, ensuring YOUR delegates are learning the fire safety skills needed for YOUR workplace. New courses can be developed to meet the requirements of any workforce, or existing courses adapted to encompass special procedures and risks.  We’re confident LWF can meet all your fire training needs.

Fire training is a legal obligation under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. Make sure you comply with the law, by taking advantage of these effective and highly focused courses.

For more information call us on 020 8668 8663 or email us at fire@lwf.co.uk.

 


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FIRE SAFETY BLOGS

  • Fire Engineering Design and Risk Assessment - Compartmentation - Part 1

    In LWF’s blog series for architects and others in the building design business, we talk about fire engineered and prescriptive solutions for use in England and Wales. In part 1 of this series, we discuss compartmentation of buildings for fire safety purposes.Without effective compartmentation, fire would simply be able to move through a building using the structure as fuel to grow very quickly. Compartmentation is the sub-dividing of a building using fire resisting walls...

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  • Fire Safety for Healthcare Premises - Compartmentation - Part 35

    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 34 of this series, we looked at the role of compartmentation in limiting the spread of fire from one area to another for at least the minimum period of fire resistance required. It was ascertained that this would allow evacuation from the area of fire origin to a...

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  • Facilities Management & Fire Safety - Special Duties in the Fire Procedures - Part 9

    In LWF’s blog series for those people who work in Facilities Management, or who have an interest in or responsibility for Fire Safety, we have been looking at what should be contained within an organisation’s Fire Procedures. In part 8 of the series, the duties of a fire warden were discussed. In part 9, the process of accounting for occupants in case of a fire will be outlined.An effective evacuation is one where each...

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  • Fire Engineering Design and Risk Assessment - Water Mist System Components - Part 15

    In LWF’s Fire Engineering blog series for Architects and others involved in building design, we have been looking at methods of fire suppression and most recently, water mist systems. In part 14, the basis for design was discussed and in part 15, those components which go into making a water mist system are outlined. Water mist nozzles are primarily designed to generate the very fine droplets of water necessary and to provide momentum for delivery...

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  • Fire Safety for Healthcare Premises - Compartmentation - Part 34

    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 33 of this series, we looked at the potential for fire spread through the internal structure of the building, particularly the minimum periods of fire resistance provided by elements of the structure. In part 34, the use of compartmentation is discussed.Compartmentation is provided by the fire-resistance of...

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Case Studies

The Wohl Neuroscience Institute - Fire Safety, Strategy & Engineering
Key Facts: Client: King’s Clinical Neuroscience Institute Project Manager: MACE Ltd Designers: Devereux Architects/Allies and Morrison Approximate Size: 7,400m2 Description of the Project:...

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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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