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FIREX Tech Talks gives you the opportunity to hear from leading suppliers about their latest developments and source new solutions for your fire safety strategies—all from the comfort of your home or office.
By signing up today you can:
1. Discover new products and keep up-to-date with the latest technology
2. Connect with potential suppliers from the comfort of your own home
3. Evaluate and compare various products and solutions
Attendees will be able to watch a series of product demonstrations and take part in live Q&A sessions with product experts.
The intuitive webinar platform will also feature additional information, including pre-recorded videos, presentations and links to extra resources. You’ll even be able to refer to this information after the event with a recording of each demonstration.
Digital Messaging Service (DMS) is a mass notification system that can send emergency text, email, Whatsapp or voice messages to an unlimited amount of users who are subscribed to the service.
DMS allows you to set up alerts for many scenarios and can help a wide variety of businesses. For example, in the fire industry, DMS can be used for pre-alarm notifications and evacuation alerts. For the security industry, it can be used for CCTV camera activations or access control breaches.
Rottguard manufactures direct acting low pressure (DLP) fire suppression systems, using heat sensitive pneumatic tube, for the protection of unoccupied spaces.
DLP systems comply with PED, 97/23/EC and offer round the clock protection from the devastating consequences of fire, having been tested to LPS 1666 and internationally recognised test fires, as per NFPA, AS ISO & I.S. EN standards.
DLP systems extinguish fire automatically, when the 6mm pressurised tube, attached to the non-conductive clean agent extinguishant storage vessel burst; on exposure to flames in access of 80°C, thus releasing the gaseous suppressant, orientated in the direction of the fire; leaving no residue.
Such extinguishment of the fire at source, generally only necessitates the replacement of the individual faulty component within an enclosure; thereby minimising operating down time and repair costs.
The LuxIntelligent emergency lighting system by Advanced has delivered proven performance benefits to customers for over 20 years, helping them reduce running, installation and maintenance costs. LuxIntelligent is quick to install, works with almost any light and saves time and money by automating compliance and maintenance planning using a range of cloud apps. Testing is so simple that you can do it on your phone, avoiding the expense and inconvenience of site visits. Designed to work alongside LuxIntelligent, EasySafe is Advanced’s new range of addressable, ultra-low voltage emergency luminaires and exit signs that deliver ease, convenience and a host of efficiency benefits. They’re incredibly quick to fit, even by non-qualified electricians, and their LED technology offers lower running costs, CO2 emissions and greater longevity compared to fluorescent lights.
Barbour Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) is an online library of two halves. Firstly, it is a single place to source information from HSE, British standards and trade associations, with a bespoke legal register designed to help you meet your legislation and compliance requirements. Within this, bookmarking tools enable you to quickly save and update your favourite documents. Secondly, it is a catalogue of tools to help you educate, train and improve the culture of your workforce.
Our holistic knowledge bank gives you a simplified, all-in-one solution, saving you time and money and keep you well-informed on your developing responsibilities and the ever-changing health & safety environment. Barbour has been helping organisations save time, reduce costs and stay safe and compliant for over 60 years, cutting through the information overload and getting straight to you what matters.
David McClelland is a journalist and broadcaster specialising in technology, telecoms and consumer affairs. Prior to working in the media, David consulted for firms including IBM and Dell in the financial services and telecoms sectors.
David is BBC Rip Off Britain’s resident technology expert, a reporter for BBC Right on the Money, a frequent face on the ITV Good Morning Britain sofa, presenter for three seasons of Challenge TV’s Planet of the Apps, and regular with shows including The One Show, Watchdog, Newsround and X-Ray.
As a journalist, David has regular bylines with national newspapers and specialist titles including Metro, Computer Weekly, Wired, CNET, TechRadar and International Business Times.
A popular event host, David moderates conferences, round tables, fireside chats and panel sessions around the world - and online from his high-definition home studio - for clients including BT, HSBC, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Samsung, Adobe, IBM and SAP.