There are many factors which may affect the results of a reaction-to-fire test. Due to the very labour intensive nature off fire testing, many of the factors are operator dependent. The training, experience and attitude of the operator are therefore crucial to eliminate such variables that may significantly affect the degree of uncertainty of measurements.
In order to reach common interpretations and minimize the operator generated uncertainties, EGOLF (European Group of Organisations for Fire testing, inspection and certification), is arranging a harmonized course in CEN/TS 1187 test method 2. This test method is included in the fire classification of construction products and building elements according to Part 5 Classification using data from external fire exposure to roofs test, EN 13501-5.
The course is open for both EGOLF and non-EGOLF members.
The course includes a theoretic part regarding CEN/TS 1187, test method 2 and hands on work in the laboratory.
30 mar 2020, 13:00 - 17:00
745 EUR excluding VAT
The course fee + the EGOLF fee will be invoiced in advance of the course.
The EGOLF-fee is not included in the course fee and will be added on the invoice:
15 mar 2020More information & registration
Conference room Lågan, House 3, Entrance F at RISE Safety in Borås, Sweden
Coffee and a snack is included in the delegate fee.
Information regarding recommended hotels and a map over the venue is available at the registration website.
The number of participants is limited to 10. RISE reserves the right to cancel the course with short notice in the event of too few participants.