The Fire Addendum to the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) was introduced after the Grenfell disaster to aid the inspection of high-rise residential buildings (HRRBs) in relation to fire safety. Our course, the ‘HHSRS Assessment of High-rise Residential with Cladding: Fire Addendum’, will help familiarise HHSRS assessors with this addendum, together with matters that should be considered when undertaking assessments of these buildings.
Outlining the key principles for the assessment of HRRBs with cladding and using the HHSRS; the key objectives of this training include understanding:
- The addendum and the reform of national policy on fire safety in residential buildings
- The principles of the HHSRS and its application to fire safety in HRRBs with cladding
- The statistical evidence and the effects of exposure to the hazard of fire
- Factors in relation to the common parts of HRRBs with cladding that can cause the hazard of fire to exist
- Factors that reduce the hazard of fire and matters of relevance to consider during the inspection or survey
This e-learning course is available all year round and can be completed at your own pace. Delegates will get 3 hours CPD time upon completion of this training. To read the full course summary and to book your place, click here. During Fire Door Safety week use the code FireDoorSafety (case sensitive) to get a 10% discount.