A guide to specifying scope of work for a fire engineer

The Fire Industry Association (FIA) has published a comprehensive Guidance Note on the Scope of Works for the Fire Engineer. Its purpose is to assist the construction industry with specifying...

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12 Aug 2000

| General News

Dominic Vallely presents to fire safety engineers of the future

Dominic Vallely, a Tenos Director, was recently invited by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) School of Forensic & Investigative Sciences to present to thirty students studying for a Masters....

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Are we as a fire safety industry operating competently?

In a series of four articles featured in International Fire Professional, the Journal of the Institution of Fire Engineers, Tenos Director, Mostyn Bullock and co-author, Adam Monaghan, Associate Director at...

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The role of Building Control as part of the project team

In an article recently published in the RICS Building Control Journal, Tenos Fire Engineer, Andrew Foolkes discusses the role of the Building Control Body (BCB) as part of the project...

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Tenos retained as fire engineering consultants by NHS Blood & Transplant

Tenos is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a contract to provide fire engineering advisory services and AutoCAD hosting to the public sector organisation, NHS Blood & Transplant....

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Choose Tenos Benchmark for cost-effective fire safety management

Tenos Benchmark is now recognised as a fire safety management system of choice for facilities and estates managers with responsibility for managing fire safety across single or multiple sites. WATCH...

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Four step process to confirm you meet current fire safety legislation

In 2013 – 2014, the fire and rescue authorities attended a total of 212,500 fires, resulting in 322 fire-related fatalities and 9,748 non-fatal casualties and according to the Health and Safety...

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Case demonstrates reality and responsibility of managing fire risk in timber frame construction

A firm of architects, Mario Minchella Ltd, were recently fined for safety failings in the construction of a new timber frame care home in Hemlington. Middlesborough It emerged in October...

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Designers, specifiers and contractors duty to manage timber frame fire risks

In an open letter to the industry, the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) warned that designers and those involved in procurement will be held responsible for ensuring timber frame designs...

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