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  • Abstract:
    This standard provides a framework describing the procedure to be followed by engineers when drawing up fire safety concepts to achieve certain fire safety objectives. The document deals with requirements for drawing up analyses, the form and content of documents and requirements for users and aids. Fire safety engineering methods are used to provide objective analyses of fire safety, taking account of the relevant circumstances which may deviate from those covered by existing provisions for design and interpretation. For instance, it is possible to assess complex situations to which standard approaches do not apply or to validate fire safety concepts.
  • Document number:
    DIN 18009-1
  • Issuing date:
    2016-09-01
  • Document type:
    Norm
  • Title:
    Fire safety engineering - Part 1: Basic principles and codes of practice
  • Replaces:
    DIN 18009-1(2015-04)
  • Author:
    DIN Standards Committee Building and Civil Energeering
  • Search term:
    Buildings; Definitions; Dimensioning; Evaluations; Fire conditions; Fire hazards; Fire load; Fire protection; Fire protection measures; Fire resistance; Fire risks; Fire safety in buildings; Fire spread prevention; Firefighting; Generic specification; Hazard prevention in buildings; Performance; Planning; Protective measures; Purpose of protection; Rescue; Risk; Risk assessment; Safety verification; Structural works; Transport facilities (construction works)
  • Application areas:
    08.35 Ingenieurbau und Ingenieurbauwerke
  • Hazards:
    AB Terminologische Festlegungen in Normen mit Arbeitsschutzbezug; FB Brandgefährdungen
  • ICS:
    13.220.01 Protection against fire in general
  • Price:
    150,80 EUR
  • Cross references:
    DIN EN ISO 13943 (2011-02){historisch}<S>; DIN 18009-2 (2021-06); DIN 18230-1 (2010-09); DIN EN 1991-1-2/NA (2015-09); ASR A 2.3 (2007-08-15); ISO/TS 13447 (2013-03); ISO 16732-1 (2012-02); ISO 16734 (2006-07); ISO/TR 16738 (2009-08); ISO/TS 29761 (2015-12); BS 7974 (2019-03-27); ISO/TR 13387-1 (1999-10); ISO/TR 13387-2 (1999-10); ISO/TR 13387-3 (1999-10); ISO/TR 13387-5 (1999-10); ISO/TR 13387-6 (1999-10); ISO/TR 13387-7 (1999-10); ISO/TR 13387-8 (1999-10); ISO 16730-1 (2015-08); ISO/TS 16733-2 (2021-05); ISO 23932-1 (2018-09); ISO 24679-1 (2019-01)
  • Cited in:
    WTA Merkblatt 8-12 (2017-05); WTA Merkblatt 11-1 (2020-11); MIndBauRL (2019-05)<STARR>; IndBauRLRdErl ND (2020-05-15)<STARR>
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