Did you know that the legislated fire protection code in South Africa is SANS 10400, Part T? 

If you didn't, now you know. :)

It is essential that all fire safety officials or those working on fire in the built environment (inclusive of engineers and architects, etc.) thoroughly comprehend this code. 

With an intrinsic knowledge of this code, a solid foundation for fire engineering, fire safety, and fire risk management will be cultivated. 

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