What to Know Before Sheltering in Place: An Overview of Thermal SIPs

We are pleased to announce our next webinar, “What to Know Before Sheltering in Place: An Overview of Thermal SIPs,” presented live on November 10, 2020 at 11:00 AM (CT).

BakerRisk Webinar Presentation, What to Know Before Sheltering in Place - An Overview of Thermal SIPs


Designating a building as a shelter-in-place (SIP) is one way to provide personnel protection from thermal hazards at an industrial facility; however, before placing this designation on an existing or new building, the first step is to make sure that people can safely shelter in the building for the duration of the hazard. In this webinar, Anay Raibagkar will walk you through recent jet-fire test programs completed by BakerRisk that demonstrate the importance of focusing on the details when designing a thermal shelter-in-place.

Key highlights covered in this webinar:

• Discover what makes a safe shelter-in-place
• Learn when to shelter-in-place and when to evacuate
• Compare fire ratings for hydrocarbon events and commercial fires
• Watch test videos demonstrating the performance of thermal shelter-in-place buildings

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