The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has announced a programme of free passive fire protection (PFP) webinars. Some events are open to all and others to members only. Just click on the links below for futher details and to reserve your place.

Public webinars

9 September – Active Fire Curtains

Active Fire Curtains 9 September 2020 12-1pm Active fire curtains are increasingly being considered as an alternative to conventional compartmentation elements as designers seek to create more open plan buildings. This webinar will provide an introduction to the different types of fire curtain and how they operate and explain their advantages and limitations. It will [...]

14 October – Firestopping & penetration seals

Firestopping & penetration seals Wednesday 14 October 12-1pm Wherever services such as cables or pipes pass through compartment walls or floors, fire-stopping is used to reinstate the breaches, ensuring there are no gaps through which the flames and smoke can escape and preventing heat transmission. This webinar will provide overview of the different types of [...]

11 November – Fire protection of structural steel

Fire protection of structural steel Wednesday 11 November 12-1pm Fire protection to structural steelwork plays an essential role in ensuring that buildings will not collapse prematurely in the event of a fire, providing time for the occupants to escape and for the fire service to obtain access. Traditionally, ‘fire protection’, comprising non-combustible boards and/or cementitious [...]

9 December – Fire & Smoke Resisting Dampers

Fire & smoke resisting dampers 9 December 2020 12-1pm Fire and smoke resisting dampers are used to prevent fire and smoke from passing from one compartment to another through heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. It is important that such dampers are adequately fire tested and are installed in accordance with the damper manufacturer's [...]

ON DEMAND – Fire-Resisting Ductwork

Fire-Resisting Ductwork ON DEMAND Recording from 12 August 2020, 12-1pm Coinciding with the launch of the second edition of the ASFP’s Blue Book European Version - Fire resisting ductwork. Tested to BS EN1366 Parts 1, 8 & 9 (Classification to BS EN13501 Parts 3 & 4), the event will explain what fire-resisting ductwork is and [...]

Member only webinars

ON DEMAND- ASFP benefits & resources

ASFP benefits, resources and guidance documents ON DEMAND Recording from Wednesday 26 August 12-1pm This Member-only webinar will outline all the latest benefits and resources available to ASFP members. It will introduce newly released guidance documents, as well as new services such as the Professional indemnity insurance scheme, jobs and member noticeboards. It will also [...]

23 September – Ready for Brexit

Ready for Brexit? Wednesday 23 September 12-1pm With the Brexit transition period due to end on 31 December 2020, Dr Andrew Taylor provides the latest advice on how to ensure your company is ready for Brexit. He will review the latest UK Government advice standards, and product testing requirements in the UK and Europe and [...]

21 October – ASFP Colour books explained

ASFP Colour books explained Wednesday 23 September 12-1pm The ASFP Colour Books provide definitive guidance on the full range of passive fire protection measures used to protect steelwork, ductwork, partitions, penetrations seals and other components in building structures. ASFP Technical Officer Dr Andy Taylor will review the key requirements outlined in each ASFP colour book. [...]

25 November – Looking forward to 2021

Looking forward to 2021 Wednesday 25 November 12-1pm In this final Member-only webinar in 2020, ASFP will review some of the key activities of 2020 and look forward to 2021. The event will look at expected regulatory and standard changes, as well as providing an overview of planned ASFP activities in 2021. {{ vc_btn:title=Register+to+attend&color=danger&size=lg&align=center&button_block=true&link=url%3Ahttps%253A%252F%252Fzoom.us%252Fwebinar%252Fregister%252FWN_xXSEr5SCQ3K4k40ldP9CfQ%7C%7C%7C }}