Fire protection certificate according to building regulations
The Industrial Construction Directive regulates the minimum requirements for the fire protection of industrial buildings.
If the requirements of the Industrial Construction Directive are met, it can be assumed that the protection goals of the building regulations will be achieved.
Fire protection plan
- a usage analysis,
- the protection goal definition and
- the fire hazard determination.
Based on the analysis of fires in industrial buildings, general requirements have been formulated that must always be met. The requirements relate in particular to the need for extinguishing water, the location and accessibility of the building, escape routes, smoke extraction and extinguishing systems. The resulting measures then comprise the following areas:
1. Structural fire protection
2. Plant technical fire protection
3. Organizational fire protection
4. Defensive fire protection
5. Technical Documentation
6. Repeated examinations
Based on the building’s safety category, the Industrial Construction Directive defines supplementary requirements from one of three detection methods in addition to the basic requirements: