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Inaugural edition of FIA’s Guide to the UK Fire Safety Industry published
10 January 2022
THE FIRST-ever edition of the Fire Industry Association’s (FIA) Guide to the UK Fire Safety Industry has now been published. This detail-packed and essential document of record has been created by Fire Safety Matters in partnership with the Trade Association.
This 92-page document of record provides key insights into the UK’s fire sector and incorporates the findings of the FIA’s own Market Conditions Report, which itself examines current trends within the fire industry.
The FIA’s comprehensive Guide to the UK Fire Safety Industry 2021-2022 really is the ‘must-read’ publication for the sector and focuses its attentions on core areas of interest including:
* Legislation updates
* Legal advice
* Best Practice
* Installer competency
* Risk assessments
* Alarm and detection systems
* Emergency lighting
* Passive fire protection
* Competency and training
* Software and the Internet of Things
* Fire engineering
You can view the digital version of the FIA’s Guide to the UK Fire Safety Industry online by visiting the Fire Safety Matters website.
We would like to thank our industry colleagues at the FIA – specifically CEO Ian Moore, Renata Kopka, Chris Tilley, Adam Richardson, Dave Smith, Neil Budd, Michael Gregg, Robert Thilthorpe and Will Lloyd – for their substantial contributions to this publication.
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