This series provides recommendations and guidance, additional to the statutory requirements of the Building (Scotland) Regulations 2004, as amended. It recognises the need for a higher standard of fire safety precautions in the design of healthcare premises for the protection of patients from fire in the in-patient care areas of hospitals, and other treatment facilities.
- Part 1: fire precautions in new healthcare premises
- Part 2: guiance on the fire engineering of healthcare premises
- Part 3: Atria in healthcare premises
The guidance in this document is supplementary to, and must be read in conjunction with, the ‘Non-domestic technical handbook’.
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