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C-TEC to host London Build Online panel discussion on residential fire alarm solutions

16 March 2021

LIFE SAFETY systems manufacturer C-TEC is heading up a live London Build Online panel discussion. Featuring a host of top industry experts, innovators and influencers, the discussion – running under the banner ‘Raising the Grade: The Evolution of Fire Protection in Residential Dwellings - How New Fire Detection and Alarm System Technology Can Better Protect People and Property’ – will take place on Thursday 18 March at 1.30 pm.

Several key topics will be on the agenda: These include:

*How new fire detection and alarm system technology can be used to make people safer post-Grenfell

*How property can be better protected, reducing the societal loss of people’s homes and the need for re-housing and care following a fire 

*Why interfacing local ‘Grade C’ monitored fire alarm systems to a landlord system with cloud-based connectivity benefits building occupants, landlords, firefighters and other stakeholders

*Why it’s vital to consider all of a dwelling’s occupants, current and future, to ensure that systems are inclusive and meet the demands of the Equality Act

The panel will also review ‘real-life’ applications where new technology is being used in residential buildings to great effect and question why, despite its proven success, there appears to be a reluctance by some to use it.

Andy Scott, C-TEC’s founder and director, told Fire Safety Matters: “We’re delighted to be hosting a London Build Online panel discussion as it’s a fantastic opportunity for us to examine the issues raised by Grenfell and explore how new technology can be used to protect people and property in the future.”

Scott added: “As the panel will be taking live questions from the audience throughout, I’m confident that it will be an interactive, stimulating and engaging session, and certainly one that’s of interest to anyone involved in managing fire risk in residential buildings.”

*Click on the link to register for free: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/629039811438508814?source=Ctec