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.
Each year FIREX International welcomes over 17,000 global fire safety professionals to experience the latest technological innovations and hear from industry leaders - all under one roof, over three days. The event caters to everyone within the fire safety buying chain from manufacturers, distributors, installers, integrators, consultants to end users. You will be able to find the perfect fire safety solution for your business.
Engineers of Tomorrow 2018
Registration for EOT 2018 has now opened. The competition is tackling the growing engineering skills gap by adding a live installation challenge for fire apprentices, as well as for those from the security sector.
EXHIBIT IN 2018
Develop new and existing business face to face at the global centre for excellence in fire safety. Get in touch today to find out about the wide range of stands and sponsorship opportunities to best showcase your business.
TOP 2018 SEMINARS
Re-visit the insightful seminar sessions which took place over three days and download presentations from some of the most influential decision makers in fire safety, highlighting the most pressing issues.
WEBINAR: Hush Those False Alarms
Unwanted Alarm Management Solutions for Flats, Apartments and Houses of Multiple Occupation
With fire protection in flats, apartments and HMOs making the news for all the wrong reasons, this CPD-certified webinar provides an overview of the current solutions available for reducing false alarms in HMOs and other areas by using mixed, conventional and hush systems.
It also explores how C-TEC's BS5839-6 Hush Button fire alarm solution is assisting landlords and building managers in better protecting their properties whilst ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations and standards.
Wednesday 22nd November
11 am to 12 pm