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02 August 2021

PROFAB ACCESS, Howe Green and Bilco UK form the Access 360 division of Tyman UK & Ireland, providing a total manufacturing solution for roof, wall and floor access products used in the construction industry. Profab Access will be exhibiting the company's latest solutions at The Fire Safety Event 2021.

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30 July 2021

MANY COMPANIES claim to be a ‘family business’, but few can be as confident of stating this as global functional footwear expert HAIX. Now led by the third generation of the Haimerl family, while HAIX supports wearers across a range of different industries, it’s firefighters who have always held a special place in the Haimerl’s (and HAIX’s) hearts.

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27 July 2021

FIRE RISK assessment and fire safety consultancy MAF Associates has launched Act One, the UK’s first integrated service designed to help building owners and ‘Responsible Persons’ ensure compliance with every aspect of the Fire Safety Act 2021.

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27 July 2021

SO FAR, touch-based solutions have not been possible with fire-protected monitors. The main reason for this has been the fire protection glass which, due to its special structure, prevents the PCAP touch sensor from functioning correctly.

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27 July 2021

THE ASSOCIATION for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) will be exhibiting at The Fire Safety Event. This is the organisation’s first appearance at an industry gathering this year due to the restrictions that have necessarily been imposed by the Government as a result of COVID-19.

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27 July 2021

COMPANIES IN the fire sector are now able to manage their business workflows from installation right through to preventative maintenance in one place thanks to the simPRO job management software solution.

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27 July 2021

AT THIS year’s Fire Safety Event, Apollo Fire Detectors’ stand will be located opposite The Fire Safety Theatre which is sponsored by its Halma Group sister company and leading fire control panel manufacturer Advanced.

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27 July 2021

JACTONE WILL be exhibiting at The Fire Safety Event. Operating from its purpose-built factory in the West Midlands, the company manufactures its Premium Range fire extinguishers, PAFSS fire suppression systems, the Premium Range of fire blankets and also a comprehensive selection of safety and information signs.

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22 July 2021

HOWE GREEN’S durable 7500 Series and 1050 Series floor access covers are independently tested to BS 476 Part 22 to support construction sector professionals in achieving the highest levels of compliance without compromising on quality or functionality.

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19 July 2021

GLOBAL FIRE protection maintenance software provider FireMate (which is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia) has merged with Nottingham-based LAN Control Systems. The two Halma Group sister companies have been collaborating for more than a year and, as a result of the merger, will now be known globally (and actively trade) as FireMate.

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19 July 2021

TWO SEVEN-storey residential apartment buildings in Cardiff Bay are now protected by evacuation alert systems supplied by Advanced. The EvacGo panels have been installed to meet the criteria set out in the BS 8629 Code of Practice for evacuation alert systems for use by Fire and Rescue Services in England and Wales.

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27 July 2021

LOOKING FORWARD to a “comprehensive three days” at the NEC in Birmingham, asecos is planning to use The Fire Safety Event as a platform for exhibiting some of its latest innovative products for the storage of hazardous materials.

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29 July 2021

FIRE SUPPRESSION systems specialist Plumis will be discussing how innovative technologies can be used to overcome today’s ever-changing fire safety challenges at 2.20 pm on 8 September at this year’s edition of The Fire Safety Event.

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27 July 2021

GLOBAL FIRE Equipment (GFE) will showcase the latest additions to its product portfolio of fire detection solutions at The Fire Safety Event 2021.

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27 July 2021

ADVANCED WILL be taking part in the seminar programme at the 2021 edition of The Fire Safety Event, the Nineteen Group-organised show that runs at the NEC in Birmingham from 7-9 September.

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19 July 2021

INDUSTRIAL FIRE detection specialist Patol has introduced a new fibre optic linear heat detection cable (LHDC) and controller suite to its range of solutions and, in doing so, extends the capabilities of LHDC technology.

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27 July 2021

LIFE SAFETY systems manufacturer C-TEC is exhibiting at The Fire Safety Event. Running at Birmingham’s NEC on 7-9 September, the eagerly-awaited show will feature free Continuing Professional Development-accredited educational seminars, 120-plus exhibitors and the fire industry’s latest products, technology and solutions.

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19 July 2021

THE LATEST release of Zoneworks XT HIVE issued by Clevertronics includes some exciting new features and benefits, among them the deployment of cloud-based technology and intuitive mobile device applications which remove many of the manual touchpoints of emergency lighting system testing.

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27 July 2021

EVAC+CHAIR will be showcasing the latest addition to its range of evacuation chairs – namely the 900H Power – at The Health & Safety Event. The new 24 V, lithium-ion battery-operated motorised evacuation chair is designed for one-person operation and realises a safe and quick method of upward or downward evacuation for building occupants.

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20 July 2021

WIRELESS FIRE safety systems developer Hyfire is in the process of “revolutionising” the fire industry thanks to the introduction of Taurus, a range of high-performance wireless detection, control and alarm devices based on a new protocol that offers “unprecedented” capabilities, quality and reliability.

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FEATURES

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20 July 2021

WITH MORE and more manufacturers and businesses becoming aware of the importance of fire safety in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and subsequent legislation (including the Fire Safety Act and the Building Safety Bill), greater steps are now being taken to ensure that all products in buildings are as fire-resistant as possible. However, an item that is usually overlooked in this area is the humble doormat, writes First Mats.

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20 July 2021

AFTER MUCH discussion and debate in Westminster, the Fire Safety Bill finally received Royal Assent in April this year and has passed into law as the Fire Safety Act 2021, writes Brian Kelly. What part might remote fire systems monitoring play from this point onwards?

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12 July 2021

WHEN ELECTRICIANS are required to install fire detection and fire alarm systems within domestic premises, it’s often the case that the design of such systems is effectively undertaken by others (for example, manufacturers or housebuilders) writes Tim Benstead. For domestic installations, such designers may detail what types of alarms should be installed and where and then provide the alarms specified.

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12 July 2021

OF LATE, there has been much talk of the dash for warehouses that service a thriving e-commerce sector. Demand is strong for large, tall and clear spaces to meet the seemingly insatiable appetite for online shopping. When you consider that the average cost of a large warehouse fire is £5.9 million and that 43 warehouse fires occur every month, can those businesses operating them afford to take any risks when it comes to fire protection? The Business Sprinkler Alliance investigates.

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15 June 2021

FOUR YEARS on from the Grenfell Tower disaster we mourn those who died, writes Reece Goodman, but also take stock of what has happened since then.

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25 May 2021

THE UPHEAVAL in education due to the pandemic in the past year has only highlighted how damaging the closure of schools has been and the legacy of lost learning. Further unnecessary interruption to education should be avoided, not least when it comes to fire, writes Iain Cox.

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19 May 2021

AS PART of 2021’s Dementia Action Week (which runs from 17-23 May), Claire O’Meara shares some perspectives on how today’s fire safety-centric technology can help safeguard tenants with dementia.

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16 May 2021

IN EARLY April, when industrial fires broke out in two different locations, they both had the same devastating outcome. As Tom Roche observes, these outcomes once again create a focus on the debate about mandating fire sprinkler systems for buildings.

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16 May 2021

TESTING AN industrial enclosure to recognised standards ensures that the enclosure specified will do the job in real world conditions. For product development or bespoke enclosures, though, testing can delay projects unless a fast turnaround – that still meets exacting standards – can be achieved. Chris Lloyd explains the benefits of in-house testing for enclosure specifiers.

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05 May 2021

from across Europe will continue to push the boundaries to ensure that the testing and classification of construction products is suitable and sufficient to ensure the safety of modern buildings. Niall Rowan discusses some of the significant issues affecting fire safety – and in particular passive fire protection – in Europe

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29 April 2021

The last 12 months has without doubt been the most challenging period in all of our careers and, arguably, all of our lives. Like each area of the NHS, the delivery of fire safety services within healthcare has presented an unprecedented and unique set of challenges, as Peter Aldridge observes

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29 April 2021

In an exclusive first interview for the sector’s trade media, Fire Safety Matters’ Editor Brian Sims hears from the Association for Specialist Fire Protection’s new CEO Steve Davies about his bold plans for the organisation and also learns about his considered views on upcoming issues and concerns relating to the passive fire protection sector

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28 April 2021

Fire safety regimes adopted for hospitals fall under the scope of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and require fire risk assessments, fire safety policies and an operational strategy for implementing them. Chris Dixon details what key considerations a typical fire safety plan should encompass

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28 April 2021

In view of evidence heard at the ongoing Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry, the Government’s White Paper on social housing and the draft Building Safety Bill, there has arguably never been a more intense focus on improving fire prevention and response infrastructures for social housing. James King and Nick Rutter evaluate the role to be played by connected technology

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05 May 2021

Sponsored by asecos, the latest webinar in the popular series run by Fire Safety Matters took place on Tuesday 13 April, this time around with the focus on the safe storage and handling of lithium batteries to counteract fire risks. Brian Sims delves deep into what’s an increasingly important area of fire safety

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25 April 2021

Fire safety professionals and architects are justifiably focusing their attentions on ensuring that the designs and materials used during the construction of new buildings and the renovation of existing structures are not just compliant, but also following established industry Best Practice. Here, Joan Ferrer turns his attentions towards fire safety in relation to inverted flat roofs

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25 April 2021

The benefits of dynamic emergency exit signage over conventional, passive ‘running man’ equivalents are proven and well established. As Alan Ward observes, such signage reduces risk, increases the safety factor and affords staff and visitors alike that all-important additional peace of mind

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25 April 2021

As a direct consequence of the horrific fire at Grenfell Tower in June 2017, and as part of the organisation’s stated mission to make structures safer, save lives and reduce injures, CROSS-UK’s remit has now been broadened to encompass fire safety. Neil Gibbins outlines the benefits to be realised by this move

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25 April 2021

With the fire sector one that operates across the devolved nations, Andy Speake outlines why sector professionals should be pushing for greater and clearer legislation that makes requirements consistent as the current situation leaves many who are not experts in the fire arena confused and unsure as to what to fit in terms of system solutions

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13 April 2021

WITH NEW fire safety legislation demanding a renewed focus on safety in all residential settings, Karen Trigg explains why care home and sheltered housing associations must absolutely prioritise the maintenance of fire doors.

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