正如朱迪思·哈克特(Dame Judith Hackett)重申,公司在上周的Besa会议上提raybet王者荣耀前改变建筑安全改革,呼气说明符旨在考虑符合严格规定的更加全面解决方案。

随着行业辩论拟议建筑安全法案的细微差,通风专家ELTA集团正在加快其专业品牌,ELTA粉丝应用技术和ACOUSTICA之间的合作,以平衡英国建筑物的竞争设计需求。

专业火灾治疗

为了坚持更严格的消防规定,同时降低噪音污染,ELTA粉丝制造的烟雾通风系统现在将采用噪声控制专家,ACOUSTICA的完全符合的火灾额定消音器。

消音器是安装在通风管道中的组件,以减少高功率烟雾辐射风扇的声级。Acoustica最近经历了严格的高温消音,确保符合英国建筑法规,BS476 PT24的英国消防安全标准。这意味着由于芬兰提供的专业火灾治疗,它们可以在高达1,000°C的温度下运行两小时。符合EN1366 PT 1,8和9将很快提供。

烟雾通风设计师

城市化正在增加我们建筑物的竞争设计需求的数量“

这种合作将简化烟雾通风设计人员的工作流程,因为他们现在可以从ELTA球迷应用技术的一个接触点访问风扇,VSD和消音器。

Bradley Crisp,Elta粉丝应用技术销售工程师应用技术说:“城市化正在增加建筑物的竞争设计需求。火灾风险,噪音污染,空气污染,气候变化 - 这些都是日常恶化的问题。我们的口头禅是通过空气提升生活,但我们知道我们需要尽力考虑到我们周围的环境雷竞技下载官方版。“

噪声控制解决方案

升高我们的合规标准意味着我们可以留下M&E和通风说明员专注于更大的画面。最终,这将允许它们更快地完成操作,因为它们不必花时间购买每个元素并检查其必要的认证。“

Andy Mumerins,Acoustica总经理(Asoustica总经理)补充说:“建筑物中的消防控制规定越来越苛刻,所以是因为他们拯救了生命。我们很高兴能够跟上符合在通风部门的消防规定的经济高效标准和定制噪声控制解决方案。“一旦产品标准允许,也可以提供符合最近近期EN1366零件1(通风和厨房萃取物)和9(单室烟雾提取物)的消防额定消音器。

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消防服务培训:评估和审计行为标志
消防服务培训:评估和审计行为标志

据报道,英国火灾和救援服务的事件数量在过去十年中减少,部分由于社区消防安全的专门团队和其他相关活动进行了改善的消防安全教育。特别是,在2008 - 2018年期间,总火灾呼叫减少了20%。但是,在2019年,出席的火灾数量小幅上涨,特别是二次火灾。(家庭办公室,2020年)。As a consequence, the total number of fires a firefighter will attend in a career starting in 2020 is likely to be significantly fewer than a firefighter who began their career in 1990. As such an alternative strategy is required to compensate for the reduced opportunities to ‘learn on the job’ in order to meet the same learning outcomes required of all roles, firefighter to chief fire officer. Clearly, this is not easy: fire environments are dynamic, multi-faceted, typically incorporate large volumes of “complex data” and are personnel or resource heavy to simulate accurately. However, the employment of hybrid reality, augmented reality and virtual reality training has demonstrated success across a number of services, and post-COVID-19 is likely to continue to rise in prevalence. firefighter operational training A significant proportion of firefighter operational training is centred on technical equipment use, and it is not always easy or possible to create a physical space where training with them is easy. Yet virtual worlds, with their limitless possibilities, allow us to create practically any scenario and with any combination of tools to use. The employment of hybrid reality, augmented reality and virtual reality training has demonstrated success across a number of services The introduction of new tactical options, such as cold-cut Cobra, or the Emergency One “E1 Scorpion” would traditionally follow a relatively slow uptake-arc, as only a certain number of operators can be familiar with it initially, and we would expect an increase in usage as awareness is gradually built up. However, in a virtual environment, all firefighter or commanders can experiment with all potential tactical options, as there is no limit on availability or scenario complexity. During Fire officer training, there are elements of role or support functions which are not suited to virtual worlds, these generally involve human interactions, and the application of dynamic administrative tasks like decision logging and information processing. To improve the accuracy and value of the training this dynamic is often achieved through the use of actors, role players and “props” to augment the virtual training environment. This hybrid approach enables all aspects of firefighter or fire officer roles to be developed as realistically as possible, honing skills in the classroom that can be applied in the incident ground. Judgement in high pressure situations In conjunction with this development in the training environment, and the recognition that training now plays a central part in building a commander’s capabilities, considerable work on understanding and developing these behaviours associated with decision making, have been the focus of several major research projects (Butler et al. 2020, Cohen-Hatton et al. 2015). In addition, the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) had identified that commanders’ judgement in high pressure situations, especially where risk appetite was concerned, needed some consideration. Effectively they recognized that this was a “human factors” consideration, where the commander themselves was the factor posing the greatest risk (to themselves, the public and to the people they are in command of) (CFOA, 2015). Command decision making skills and the application of human factors throughout training are now widely recognized as essential components in the development of a fire officers skill set. Fire Services are effectively required to train commanders in those skills, allow them to develop and maintain them and in particular systematically record and evaluate the strength of those skills. The Effective Command model The Effective Command model developed in 2015 offers a solution to this challenge. It follows a behavioral marker philosophy and can be used to record operational competence achieved during training, incident monitoring or formal assessment, from incidents or simulated training environments. Command decision making skills and the application of human factors throughout training are now widely recognized as essential A rich multi-mode training environment allows in the development of Recognition primed decision making, where the experience is rich enough to become a part of a commander’s knowledge base, allowing them to determine the nature of problems, quickly and resolve them based on past successful experiences. The Effective Command training methodology aligns with the five principles of simulator-based exercise team training, as outlined by Crichton (2017). Principle 1 - Develop learning objectives and expected performance standards Through the use of scenarios, incident commanders are presented with unexpected events or dilemmas (Lamb et al, 2014). These cues stimulate the expected behaviours and allow relevant behavioral markers to be practiced or demonstrated. Principle 2 - Train the team or individuals Training the individual in non-technical skills is often overlooked during training and development of Fire Officers. Principle 3 - Use a structured observation tool The structured observation tool Effective Command is used to capture positive behaviours as well as areas for improvement. The framework is also used as a basis of the training design, used to provide feedback and for self-reflection by the student. Principle 4 - Provide feedback during a structured debrief Feedback is given face-to-face immediately following a scenario-based exercise, and behaviours observed during the exercise are highlighted. Principle 5 - Repeat the Training regularly It has been identified in a recent study (Lamb et al, 2020) that structured and holistic training and assessment systems, like Effective Command, provide an efficient and auditable way of developing and assessing Fire Officers. Enabling data trends to be fed into subsequent training cycles to maximize continual organizational development. Through the employment of a consistent behavioral framework, the process of developing essential knowledge and behaviours begins earlier and ensures firefighters are safer and more effective both immediately and as future officers.

2020评论:Covid-19对消防行业的影响和消防
2020评论:Covid-19对消防行业的影响和消防

Covid-19在2020年主导了头条新闻,它对消防行业产生了深远的影响。TheBigredGuide.com发布了许多关于大流行和其影响的文章,其中一些是一年中最读的文章之一。此回顾性将突出一些与原始内容的链接相关的一些相关的文章。消防行业协会(FIA)在英国发表了一份关于冠状病毒大流行影响的调查报告。由FIA进行的调查试图了解如何通过Covid-19和现在和未来对更广泛的消防行业的影响以及对更广泛的消防行业的影响。弹性是FIA报告中的重复主题。在调查时(当英国刚过冠状病毒峰时),总共81%的受访者预计他们可以在目前情况下继续运作三个月或更长时间。迅速蔓延的病毒大约是第四个预期,他们的业务可以持续六个月(23.4%),另一季度受访者预计他们可以持续一年(23.4%)。第一响应者是最新的Covid-19健康危机的前线。世界各地 - 世界各地 - EMS部门面临着快速蔓延的病毒的不确定性。 One early problem was a shortage of face masks. As cases surged, it was also harder for ambulance companies to get other needed supplies. Around the United States - and around the world - EMS departments faced the uncertainties of a rapidly-spreading virus In King County, Wash., an early epicenter of COVID-19 cases in the United States, Kirkland, Wash., firefighters and Kirkland police officers were placed under quarantine after an outbreak at a senior care facility. Firefighters were either quarantined at home or at a local fire station. Fire stations are unique environments with conditions that could be conducive to the spread of the novel coronavirus/COVID-19. municipal fire departments Firefighters live in close quarters for 24-hour shifts, and then return home to their families. Reports about “hot” firehouses have helped to emphasize the need to follow best practices to avoid the spread of the disease. The Fire Department Safety Officers Association (FDSOA) compiled a list of guidelines that departments can put into practice to reduce and/or avoid cross-contamination of on-duty staff. Among other impacts on the fire industry, the COVID-19 global pandemic played havoc with the industry’s trade show schedule, with major events canceled or delayed. County and municipal fire departments were impacted as local governments respond to the COVID-19-induced economic downturn with spending freezes, hiring freezes and spending cuts. Some local governments are hoping for help from the state and/or federal level. address economic downturns Although some governments have “rainy day funds” to address economic downturns, not all of them do. Furthermore, the extent of the current economic crisis may exceed our worst fears. Proposed budget cuts for some fire and EMS departments are in the 10% to 25% range. A consequence of the coronavirus shutdown was cancellation of hundreds of volunteer fire department fundraisers across the United States - from fish fries to bingo to hog roasts to chicken barbecues. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the trend toward working from home accelerated No more carnivals or spaghetti suppers or gun raffles. And departments lost thousands of dollars. Firefighters are used to wearing protective gear, but one U.S. locale exempted first responders from adhering to a mask mandate to address coronavirus risks. The City Council of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, proposed an amendment to exempt first responders from complying with the city’s face mask ordinance. ensure social distancing Specifically, the proposed amendment states, “Exempted from the requirements of the ordinance requiring wearing of face coverings include law enforcement personnel, first responders or other workers, who are actively engaged in their tasks, if wearing a face covering may hinder their performance.” During the COVID-19 pandemic, the trend toward working from home accelerated. New technologies made it possible for 911 dispatchers to work from home, whether to ensure social distancing or to supplement operations during evolving emergencies. The computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems offer web-based interfaces and mobile capabilities that enable public-safety answering point (PSAP) operators to work from anywhere. Other technologies that are paving the way for dispatchers to work from home include the cloud, virtual private networks (VPNs), and faster data speeds. blocking firefighter access Adapting workspaces to operate safely during a pandemic presents complications, not least of which is making sure that the measures taken to protect employees from infection do not undermine fire safety. In the course of altering a building to prevent infection spread, there are risks of introducing new life safety hazards and compromising emergency preparedness. It is also important to avoid blocking firefighter access and facilities As buildings adapt to new occupancy standards and requirements, it is critical that any protective measures do not interfere with operation of life safety systems. Might temporary partitions or barriers block escape routes during a fire emergency? Social distancing measures might entail blocking emergency exists and disrupting the flow of occupants looking to vacate a building. It is also important to avoid blocking firefighter access and facilities. career options The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting every aspect of our business lives. But buried among the disruption was an opportunity. Newly idled workers could see this as an opportune time for training to expand their career options. Meanwhile, employees still on the job may find that a cancelled or postponed project means they have time on their hands. Training can enable them to make the most of that time. In-person training has come to a halt, of course, because of social distancing requirements. Filling the gap are new online learning opportunities.

火灾风险:教育公民让假期快乐
火灾风险:教育公民让假期快乐

假日季节充满了火灾的危险。从干燥的圣诞树到过载的电路,当感知可能处于低点时,危险在一个季节中很高。消防部门的定位很好地向公民传达这些危险。社交媒体使得在家庭和企业的防火时,可以比以往任何时候传播“良好习惯的信息”。看看统计数据在一个季节的危险中,当意识可能在最新统计数据中可能处于低点时,占据2013 - 2017年,消防部门每年响应160个家庭火灾,从圣诞树开始,介绍对NFPA应用研究。照明设备的电气分配涉及44%的家庭圣诞树火灾,另外25%是由某种类型的热源引起的,例如蜡烛太近树。除了圣诞树,美国火灾部门每年响应了每年780个家庭结构的平均射击,这些火灾开始于圣诞装饰品(2013年至2017年,根据NFPA应用研究)。平均而言,每天报告22个家庭蜡烛火灾,两个高峰日为蜡烛火灾是圣诞节和圣诞节前夕。大约10%的烟花火灾发生在12月30日和1月3日之间,在新的一年的高峰期。 Help From The U.S. Fire Administration U.S. Fire Administration provides a series of holiday, candle and Christmas tree outreach materials to enable fire departments to increase awareness of holiday fires in their communities. A social media toolkit contains content that a department can easily share on Twitter, Facebook or other social media channels. Content may be copied or customized to reach any audience. Messages from the U.S. Fire Administration that departments can share on social media platforms include: The top three days of the year for home candle fires are Christmas, New Year’s Day, and New Year’s Eve. Residents should only use decorations that are flame-retardant or not flammable. Holiday lights should be checked each year for frayed wires or excessive wear. A limit of three strands of holiday lights should be linked. Burning candles should not be left unattended. Battery-operated flameless candles are a safer alternative. Christmas trees should be kept away from heat sources and room exits. Watering a Christmas tree daily keeps it from becoming dry and flammable. Care is required to ensure that the festivities of the season do not come at a cost of lost property and/or lives Care is required to ensure that the festivities of the season do not come at a cost of lost property and/or lives. Fire prevention can lessen the burden on firefighters during a season when spending time with family is at a premium. The sadness of a fire tragedy, especially during the holiday season, can be unbearable. The holiday season is also an appropriate time to acknowledge the hard work that departments and other fire professionals dedicate to preventing and fighting fires. We at TheBigRedGuide.com salute the work of the fire service and the fire industry to keep residents and businesses safe from fire and other emergencies, both during the holiday season and throughout the year. Happy holidays to all our readers, and we look forward to providing even more useful information on our site in 2021.

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