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08 January 2019

JEDBURGH ABBEY, a 12th century Augustinian abbey located on the Scottish Borders, has selected the industry-leading MxPro 5 panel, from Advanced, to protect a rich heritage of treasures on display in its visitor centre.

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08 January 2019

PATOL RETURNS to the Intersec 2019 exhibition at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 20 – 22 January, and will be showcasing its range of Firesense Linear Heat Detection Cables (LHDC), along with the Fire Thermal Infrared (FireTIR) detection system, on stand 4-G32.

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02 January 2019

FIREPRO HAS been voted Best Green Fire Suppression Technology Europe 2018 by the Global Banking and Finance Awards.

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02 January 2019

FIREPRO FIRE suppression technology is tested and certified according to the most stringent international standards and requirements, the most recent being LPCB.

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02 January 2019

FFE LTD supply specialist detection products and fire alarm management systems to the fire industry.

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02 January 2019

THE KLAXON ES-PD brings wide area signalling into the modern era being the first large area siren operating from a drone.

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18 December 2018

GLOBAL FIRE systems leader Advanced will exhibit its latest audio, smoke control and false alarm management solutions at Intersec in Dubai.

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18 December 2018

HOCHIKI MIDDLE East FZE, part of the Hochiki Group, will be showcasing its comprehensive range of intelligent life safety systems on Stand B22 in Hall 4 at this year’s Intersec.

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18 December 2018

COSTING THE UK an estimated £1 billion a year, false fire alarms remain a huge problem in 2019; disrupting schools and businesses, placing unnecessary strain on our emergency services and reducing the confidence the general public have in fire alarms.

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18 December 2018

KENTEC IS exhibiting its UL-approved, next generation Taktis UL 16 loop analogue addressable fire panel at Intersec 2019, alongside a suite of extinguishant panels and accessories designed to make customers lives easier.

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18 December 2018

JACTONE IS a UK manufacturer supplying a range of fire protection products. We operate from our purpose-built factory in England, UK and it is certified by BSI to BS EN ISO 9001.

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18 December 2018

APOLLO FIRE Detectors, specialists in the design and manufacture of high-quality fire detection equipment, will be showcasing its latest Test Set and SOTERIA® Dimension, the latest addition to the SOTERIA range, at Intersec.

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18 December 2018

COOPERS FIRE is pleased to exhibiting at Intersec 2019 and promoting its complete range of fire and smoke curtains including our new FireMaster Cleanroom fire curtain.

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17 December 2018

More than 1,300 exhibitors from 59 countries, including 18 of the world’s top 20 commercial security providers, are set to participate at Intersec 2019, which takes place from 20-22 January at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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11 January 2019

FIRE SAFETY for Managers is designed for managers and supervisors in any sector, and any organisation worldwide, who require an awareness of fire safety.

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08 January 2019

WITH THE new GDPR rules in force, councils and housing organisations are required by law to demonstrate that any excess mail delivered to vacant properties is removed & disposed of in a confidential manner. Many insurance policies insist that combustible materials are removed to maintain the fire regulation compliances of vacant sites.

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08 January 2019

CHUBB SYSTEMS Limited has achieved the ISO 45001, a new global standard for occupational health and safety (H&S), designed to increase safety, prevent work-related injuries and improve employee health and well-being at work.

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08 January 2019

KENTEC HAS appointed Derrick Hall as director of sales and Costas Constantinides as head of international business development to further drive the company’s domestic and international growth.

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08 January 2019

IN A recent issue of FSM, assistant chief fire & rescue officer Alan Walmsley was quoted saying, “25% of accidental fires were caused by electrical equipment and supply”. We were advised not to overload sockets and not to leave dishwashers and washing machines running overnight or unattended.

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08 January 2019

IN A bid to minimise electrical and mechanical failure and its associated fire risk, an increasing number of insurers are now requiring their customers to adopt thermal imaging to spot electrical and mechanical faults in their infancy.

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FEATURES

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02 January 2019

Elspeth Grant take a look at the progress of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, and highlights the importance of an effective evacuation plan in high-rise buildings.

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14 December 2018

When protecting tall buildings from fire, considerations need to be made for the solutions the industry already has in place and what the future looks like. Phil Barton looks at the challenges.

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14 December 2018

Choosing the right fire detection system is vital in complex settings. Ed Browning looks at how to decide which technology is best in environments that are more complex.

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13 December 2018

A working fire detection system is imperative, so it makes sense to ensure it is working, says Stephen Beadle, especially if it is a tall building that has lots more detectors to test.

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27 November 2018

AS RAY Hope retires from Advanced and hands the baton to Pete Browitt, FSM managing editor Mark Sennett speaks to them about their careers and the past and future of the company.

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19 October 2018

The controversial 'stay put' policy has been in the headlines since the Grenfell tragedy and the public and the industry have been asking many questions, which Andy Green highlighted in his webinar – To stay put or not.

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24 September 2018

FSM managing editor Mark Sennett sits down with Chris Auger to discuss the increasingly common instances of fires in commercial kitchens and how BAFE is taking steps to help reduce the risks.

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16 September 2018

Jonathan Brown reveals why fire curtains are increasingly being used within fire safety engineered solutions in complex building design.

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16 September 2018

Craig Halford details the changing requirements for bus and coach Engine fire suppression following the introduction of new legislation.

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14 September 2018

The waste industry has many difficulties and risks, but none is more pressing or potentially disastrous than the threat of fire, warns Gareth Dibden.

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14 September 2018

Roberto Catena examines why fires at waste management sites pose such a risk, and how new technologies can help to prevent fires and reduce the impact of any that do occur within these facilities.

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11 September 2018

Recycling and waste management centres are a common place for fires, but installing automatic fire suppression systems can significantly minimise damage says Ian Gough.

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10 September 2018

Kelvin Miller considers the challenges of protecting our power supplies, specifically the conveyors and electrical cabling so central to a plant’s successful operation.

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14 August 2018

FSM managing editor Mark Sennett finds out how Carl Bryan's company is at the forefront of technology in the fire detection, suppression and prevention industry.

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25 July 2018

Mark Whiteley explains why it is so important to understand the legislation but also meet the research and academic requirements.

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25 July 2018

Russell Peacey explains why not taking a holistic approach to school refurbishments and extensions can be detrimental to the overall fire safety of the premises.

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25 July 2018

Stephen Adams comments on the recent report released post Grenfell and how checking contractor competence should be seen as a simple, but important step to help reduce risk within a building.

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16 May 2018

Nick Jenkins takes a closer look at aluminium and aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding and its resistance to the spreading of fire.

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14 May 2018

Dr Bob Docherty debates why a passport to fire safety may be exactly what’s needed provide vital fire safety information on new build premises.

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11 May 2018

Lee James explains why taking the cheapest option when selecting a fire detection system may not actually save you money and may leave you with far bigger problems.

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