• BS ISO/TR 13387-8:1999

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    Fire safety engineering Life safety. Occupant behaviour, location and condition

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  15-02-2000

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Design Subsystem 5 of the total fire safety design
          system
          4.1 General
          4.2 Information system
          4.3 Function of Subsystem 5
    5 Subsystem 5 (SS5) life safety: evaluations
          5.1 General
          5.2 Inputs required from the global information
                 bus
          5.3 Occupant location
          5.4 Occupant condition
    6 Engineering methods
          6.1 General
          6.2 Engineering methods for evaluating occupant
                 location
          6.3 Engineering methods for evaluation of occupant
                 condition
    Annex A (informative) Building and occupant information
    Annex B (informative) Firefighting and rescue facilities
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    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    Gives guidance to designers, regulators and fire safety professionals on engineering procedures for evaluating the location and condition of the occupants of a building exposed to fire.

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    Should a fire occur in which occupants are exposed to fire effluent and/or heat, the objective of the fire safety engineering strategy is to ensure that such exposure does not significantly impede or prevent the safe escape (if required) of essentially all occupants, without their experiencing or developing serious health effects.

    This part of ISO 13387 is intended to provide guidance to designers, regulators and fire safety professionals on the engineering methods available to evaluate the location and condition of the occupants of a building exposed to a fire.

    This part of ISO 13387 addresses the assumptions that underlie the basic principles of designing for life safety and provides guidance on the processes, assessments and calculations necessary to determine the location and condition of the occupants of the building, with respect to time.

    This part of ISO 13387 also provides a framework for reviewing the suitability of an engineering method for assessing the life safety potential of a building for its occupants.

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    Committee FSH/24
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    PD 7974-6:2004 The application of fire safety engineering principles to fire safety design of buildings Human factors. Life safety strategies. Occupant evacuation, behaviour and condition (Sub-system 6)
    PD 6686:2006 Guidance on directives, regulations and standards related to prevention of fire and explosion in the process industries
    PD 7974-1:2003 Application of fire safety engineering principles to the design of buildings Initiation and development of fire within the enclosure of origin (Sub-system 1)

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ISO/TR 13387-1:1999 FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING - PART 1: APPLICATION OF FIRE PERFORMANCE CONCEPTS TO DESIGN OBJECTIVES
    ISO/TS 13571:2002 Life-threatening components of fire Guidelines for the estimation of time available for escape using fire data
    ISO/TR 13387-3:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 3: Assessment and verification of mathematical fire models
    ISO/TR 13387-7:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 7: Detection, activation and suppression
    ISO/TR 13387-4:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 4: Initiation and development of fire and generation of fire effluents
    ISO/TR 13387-2:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 2: Design fire scenarios and design fires
    ISO/TR 13387-6:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 6: Structural response and fire spread beyond the enclosure of origin
    ISO/TR 13387-5:1999 Fire safety engineering Part 5: Movement of fire effluents
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