The Fire Safety Event 2022

5-7 April 2022
NEC, Birmingham

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  • Fire suppression specialist Plumis will be discussing how innovative technologies can be used to overcome today’s ever-changing fire safety challenges at 12:15pm on 9th September 2021 at this year’s Fire Safety Event.

  • With the Fire Safety Event scheduled for September, we are looking forward to getting back out for some overdue industry networking!

  • Taking place from 7th – 9th September 2021 at the UK fire & security industry’s iconic home, the NEC Birmingham, The Security Event and The Fire Safety Event have rapidly grown in popularity becoming ...
  • Wireless fire systems leader Hyfire is revolutionising the fire industry with Taurus, a completely new range of high-performance wireless detection, control and alarm devices, based on a new protocol ...
  • ONLINE CPD SEMINARS WITH COOPERS FIRE

    23 Jun 2021 Coopers Fire

    Coopers Fire are now hosting their CPD seminars online through Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

  • This article is based on the virtual panel discussion held under the umbrella of London Build Online on 25 November 2020.

    The industry has already seen a major shift regarding the early consideration of firestopping service penetrations in the last few years, and especially since the tragic Grenfell Tower fire – this is something all participants have agreed during the discussion. However, they all pointed out ways in which current practices and mentality within the construction industry can and need to be improved further.

  • Your First Line of Defence against Fire

    18 Jun 2021 Stefanie Anstice
    Envirograf® – the World’s Leading Manufacturer of Passive Fire Products Established in 1983, the company evolved to become a leading force in passive fire products. Its reputation as innovator and dev ...
  • Fire curtains are an incredibly efficient way to keep buildings safe from fire and smoke damage without compromising on building design.

  • A three year £24 million programme of works to repair and repaint the roof structure to Bristol Temple Meads railway station is featuring the use of the ZEUS Horizontal fire barrier system from TBA : employed to enclose a series of shallow arch scaffold beams or ‘cassettes’ that span the tracks, thereby protecting the workforce from any potential train fire as they use the access deck above.

  • Scotland’s biggest building services contractor has just completed upgrading the fire compartmentation within an existing West Lothian warehouse building which is being converted to serve as high bay storage facility to support the organisation’s existing distribution facility elsewhere in West Lothian and is, for the first time, making use of products from the range of TBA FIREFLY™, including APOLLO Lite™ 30:30 to create new fire barriers together with TBA’s expert advice and installer training.

  • Northamptonshire based DC Fire Protection Ltd., a long-term customer of TBA FIREFLY™, has employed the manufacturer’s ZEUS Lite™ system to create a 90:30 minutes’ fire barrier within the first floor ceiling void of a commercial property in London’s Hyde Park area.

    The project was carried out on behalf of fit-out contractor, Coel Interiors, over an eight-day period early this year by one of DC Fire Protection’s ltd. highly experienced two-man teams of installers. Working together they employed the installer friendly, flexible ZEUS Lite membrane to create two separate, 900mm deep fire barriers across the multiple building services, which are fixed to the structure’s concrete soffit.

  • WHY DOES A BUILDING NEED FIRE CURTAINS?

    20 May 2021 Coopers Fire

    The implementation of fire-resistant barriers, such as fire doors and curtains, into a building’s design divides space into compartments.

  • Detectortesters (No Climb Products Ltd.), the world-leading designer and manufacturer of test equipment for fire detection systems, is celebrating today after being confirmed as a winner of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade.

  • Leading fire detection equipment manufacturer, Global Fire Equipment (GFE), has been awarded EN 54-13:2017+A1:2019 system compatibility approval, demonstrating the company’s ongoing commitment to offering its customers best-in-class fire detection and alarm solutions. 

  • In times of crisis, people look to secure their safety; as the world prepares for “the new normal” it is vital to move from a reactive mind-set to a proactive one, with health and safety at the forefront of people’s minds.

  • Student halls of residence are synonymous with false fire alarms; burnt toast, drunken accidents, or reckless pranks – every false alarm contributes towards the dangerous effects of alarm fatigue.

  • 2021 product catalogue – download it now

    30 Mar 2021 Stephen Beadle

    Whether you are looking for a Testifire kit for a new member of the team, or simply a spare part for your Solo 330 – our latest product catalogue has the answer!

  • Global wireless fire detection and alarm devices leader, Hyfire has appointed Ollie Murray as Regional Sales Manager for South East England, where he will oversee the management of existing partners and the development of new client relationships in a key year for the business, which is part of Halma plc.

  • A combination of two detection methods from industrial fire specialists Patol have been employed to protect the flagship site of one of the UK’s best known car marques.   Jaguar Land Rover is a name s ...
  • Patol, the UK manufacturer of industrial fire alarm and heat detection products, has started the new year with the launch of a complete revamp of its website, with a clean new look and a more user-fri ...

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