With all that has happened across the news recently, fire safety is at the forefront of everyone's minds and is a crucial part of a successful business, economy and country. At FIREX International 2017, professionals from every area of the industry came together to reflect on where this industry is and where we need to go.

We are proud and grateful to all those that attended FIREX, a special thank you to all our sponsors, partners and speakers for making this a successful show. 

Take a look at the post show report or scroll down for highlights from this years' show. 

Day 1 Highlights

Day 2 Highlights


The Latest Industry Discussions

The fire industry united to discuss the latest pressing issues facing the industry, including the necessity in changing regulations following Grenfell Tower and London Fire Brigade highlighting the inadequate fire risk assessments discovered on a daily basis.


Recent Innovations

Over 300 exhibitors showcased their latest product innovations across FIREX this year. New product launches exhibited included: Mavili’s Maxlogic alarm systems, Detectortesters Solo 365 range  and Honeywell’s  next generation of smoke detectors


Industry Know How

The importance of certification across the industry became a common theme across the show, from the launch of the FIA’s new qualifications programme to demos by Exova Warringtonfire and Exova BM TRADA on the correct installation of fire doors.

“[2017 was] a better show than the year before. Our “net leads” increased by 59% compared to 2016, so we are satisfied with the results and this gave us confidence for FIREX 2018.”

Head of Sales Europe, Middle East / Africa, Securiton

Grenfell Tower: Regulations “MUST change”. Fire industry and world media unite at FIREX 2017

Building regulations must be reassessed as part of the inquiry into the Grenfell tower fire, according to a panel of experts at FIREX International. In an emotional debate, which begun with a one-minute silence to commemorate the victims, Dennis Davis of the Fire Sector Federation (FSF) said the industry was ‘creating the legacy for the next 50 years’ following the Grenfell tower fire.