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Building Regulation And Fire Safety Management (J)
Building Regulations and Fire Safety Management Strategy.1.0.Introduction :The aim of this report is to discuss the issues related to fire safety of the Anywhere Community Centre in Preston which offers a range of community support services for the…
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Channel Tunnel Fire, France/UK (18 Nov 1996)
Fire in A Channel Tunnel:It was 18th November 1996 when train laden with heavy good vehicles just made its way through the Channel Tunnel connected under the sea between France and England, suddenly caught fire. Considered to be eighth wonder of the…
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Case Study
THE WINDSOR FIRE TOWERWindsor tower in Madrid City had central core with two rows of concrete columns facing in the north-south direction. The building had two transition floors at 3rd and 17th floor. The floor slabs had been reinforced with…
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Risk Manegment
FIRE RISK MANAGEMENTBackground Fire risk management is a function of probabilistic risk analysis that is taken into account during fire design prevention engineering. Fire risk management provides an appropriate recommended level of health and safety…
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Report
Abstract:This report is about Mr and Mrs. Jones newly constructed home’s compliance with the fire safety regulations particularly the requirements set in Building Regulations 2000 or Approved Document B. In view of the need to determine compliance…
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Mental Health
March 6, 2009Explaining “Peer Pressure and its presence”There is a saying by some poet that “ if you want to know the person, look at his/her company and you will have all your answers” that’s true to most of the extends. The term “Peers” means…
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Glass Practical Write-up
GLASS EXAMINATIONIntroductionGlass can be enormously helpful contact trace material in numerous types of offenses. A lot of offenses present the probability for glass particles to be transferred from something made of glass to the perpetrator. This…
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Full Safety House Gift To Mr. And Mrs. Jones
The Jones’ house is a large house in context of the definition provided by Document B Volume 2 although it does not exceed 200m2 of floor area for one floor since it has two floors in it. This implies that fire safety considerations presented in this…
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URGENT: Engineering Design Practice
Fire Safety in General Fire is a great source of destruction. According to past statistics, every year around 500 fatalities and 13,000 injuries in over 52,000 dwelling fires take place in UK. This destruction need to control using fire safety…
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Mont Blance Tunnel. Italy-France 24 Mar 1999
Mont Blanc Tunnel Fire –What, Why, How The Mont Blanc Tunnel, 11.6 km long, considered as the world’s largest road tunnel in 1965 connecting Chamonix of France and Courmayeur of Italy under the Mont Blanc Massif, entered into the grip of flames on…
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Engineering Design
FIRE SAFETY REPORTFIRE SAFETY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED BUILDING OF MR. AND MRS. JONESIntroductionFire safety measures for the building should comply with regulation 7 of building regulation 2000 (SI 2000/2531 for England and Wales) (Crown 2007:6). The…
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Engineering Diesign Practice
IntroductionFire results in destruction of the home and of treasured personal belongings. According to Communities and Local Government (CGI) statistics shows that UK suffers around 500 fatalities and around 13,000 injuries in over 52,000 dwelling…
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Engineering Diesign Practice
This report is developed to assess up to what extent the Jones house design conform to the fire safety standard detailed in Volume 1 (Dwelling Houses) of Approved Document B. In the same manner, this report will offer suggestions as to how to improve…
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Design Engineering
FIRE SAFETY REPORTFIRE SAFETY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED BUILDING OF MR. AND MRS. JONESBACKGROUNDMr. and Mrs. Jones proposed building should have fire safety measures that should provide sustainable level of safety and protect their health and safety…
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Heathrow Tunnel Collapse 1994
Heathrow Tunnel Collapse 1994Table of ContentsIntroduction- 3Analysis of the Accident- 3Consequences of the Accident- 7Lessons Learned from the Accident- 8Assessment of the Implications if such accident happen in Preston- 9Conclusion- 9Bibliography-…
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Exercise 1
By: Michael WachekeDay 1 0130 December 10thTemperature outside is -5°C. The night sky is clear.You are in bed. You live 10 miles from the police station – where your equipment is – and you receive a telephone call on your mobile.‘Sorry to wake you,…
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Why Do Social Scientists Need Research Methods
There are a number of occupations that are categorized under social science. Many changes occur in the day to day life and thus other fields are likely to sprout or come up to serve given purpose. Examples of fields that fall under social science as…
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Fire Safety Engineering (R)
Fires cause great losses including loss of life and damage to properties. It is, therefore, very essential that buildings, more so, multi-storied building are designed and constructed to standards that allow fire safety. Take for instance, an…
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Fire Safety Engineering (S)
ReferencesxIntroductionThe developer of a 20-storey, mixed-use building planned for construction in Preston has wisely chosen to include a consultation on fire safety, which this report represents, in the design phase of the project. Because the…
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Energy Security In Germany
Section 1: Introduction - background on energy security -Germany:As far Germany’s own energy resources are concerned, its established natural gas reserves were estimated at 325 billion cu m (11.5 trillion cu ft) in 1999. Germany produces about one…
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Public Libraries SERVICE MANAGEMENT
PUBLIC LIBRARIES SERVICE MANAGEMENTA Benchmarking Exercise of Local Authority A Library ServicesSubmitted toThe Local Authority AByDirector of Library Services,Local Authority AMarch 14, 2009TABLE OF…
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Coursework
THE CONSTRUCTION WITH REFERENCE TO BEETHAM TOWER IN MANCHESTERRegan (n.d.) argues that Beetham Tower was designed by Ian Simpsons of Beetham Organization. Construction began in February 2004 and was completed in early 2007. Beetham Tower cost £150…
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Portfolio (MH)
Part 1Site Conditions and ConstraintsAny place or an area for construction of any kind to take place is preferably a site for construction companies, its workers and others. Construction is in either form of building or any other monument used for…
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Portfolio (R)
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGYSITE CONDITIONSSite Conditions and Constraints (Inner City Sites) and the Reuse of Building PlotsSite conditions are the physical conditions of the construction site, adjacent property, and all access roads in and around the…
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Coursework
1. Introduction: In architecture, engineering, real estate development and construction fields the word building may refer to any man made structure used for supporting or sheltering with occupancy or an act of construction that may lead to the…
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