Sets out the framework for the engineering principles of fire safety in building design. Offers recommendations along with guidance for protecting people, property and the environment from fire and covers both new and existing buildings. Gives an overview for the design approach, and then covers the qualitative design review process, qualitative and quantitative analysis, acceptance criteria, quality assurance, reporting and presentation of results.
Supersedes BS 7974:2001, PD 7974-0:2002 and PD 7974-8:2012. Came into effect 31 March 2019.
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