Fire Safety Engineering systems may include smoke extractors, smoke detectors, emergency signage, or evacuation procedures that might be used within a building, engine room or other enclosed spaces.
Requirements for the design and installation of these systems are most often contained in standards and regulations, such as SOLAS or building codes. Designers might sometimes decide to use alternative solutions to those proposed in the standards and regulations because the vessel, asset or building is non-standard, or because they see a benefit to using a different approach.
We take a holistic approach to fire safety, using industry-leading tools to best quantify fire safety risks and recommend effective and affordable solutions. This involves a combination of qualitative assessment, statistical analysis and where required, quantitative modelling and simulation.
Our services include:
The benefits of Fire Safety Engineering include:
We use different, innovative research methods such as 3D visualisation and photography or CT scans to make the invisible visible...without destructive examination.
We apply human factors engineering principles to the design and improvement of complex technical systems to optimise the human component of capability.