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The Fire Protection Association (FPA) is the UK's national fire safety organisation. We work to identify the dangers of fire and help our clients reduce any fire-related risks.
We actively seek to move fire safety standards forward by lobbying government and working with them to address our issues and concerns.
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As the UK’s leading fire safety organisation, the FPA provides highly reputable fire safety training courses delivered by some of the most respected individuals in the industry. All our fire safety co ...
The Business and Property Protection Portal utilises “big data” and real-life statistical sources to produce a risk report for any business type and UK postcode. Its predictive technology includes an ...
RISCAuthority has produced a new toolkit to try and help users understand the complex, and at times confusing, legislative fire safety requirements of external building cladding systems. This work has ...
The FPA’s monthly podcast, Assembly Point brings you a collective space in which to explore the most pressing issues in fire safety. Join us as we move the debate on fire safety forwards and identify ...
Joining our membership programme offers an abundance of benefits only available from the UK’s leading fire safety organisation. With over 4000 active members, find out how we can help you.
The Fire Protection Association has been providing fire risk assessment expertise for over 20 years. Our experts can assist you with single or multi-site fire risk assessments.
The FPA is one of the leading experts for sprinkler system inspections, head testing, pipework testing and water mist testing. We wrote the LPC Rules for Automatic Sprinklers.
The Fire Protection Association (FPA) provides one of the most versatile and comprehensive fire testing and research facilities in the UK at our Gloucestershire based laboratory.
Regulatory change and new technology in the built-environment sector are not enough to avoid future fire disasters. The root cause of the failures that led to the Grenfell fire was systemic and only l ...
Dr Jim Glockling, Technical Director at the FPA discusses whether, given the pace of construction innovation, enough is being done to avoid another cladding-type construction defect crisis, and what prospective buyers might need to do to protect themselves and their investment.