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CertAlarm partners accredited and notified for new EN 54-5 and 54-7

The EU has harmonised its standards for point heat detectors and point smoke detectors which will be mandatory from 31 August 2022. CertAlarm now also offers these certifications. Whilst many manufacturers are currently working on understanding the requirements of UKCA,…

Honeywell’s connected control, safety and security systems selected for one of the world’s largest shipyards

Honeywell has been awarded a major contract by SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corporation (SEPCO) to supply connected control, telecommunications, safety and security systems for the King Salman International Complex for Maritime Industries and Services shipyard being developed by Aramco in…

Cel-Fi mobile-signal boosters from Frequency Telecom

Frequency Telecom is the master distributor of Nextivity’s Cel-Fi range of mobile-signal boosters. Cel-Fi products are designed to improve mobile signal for 3G and 4G for both voice and data. They are easy to install, cost-effective and provide exceptional coverage.…

APD launches cutting-edge Maps technology to support seamless emergency services response

Pioneering mapping technology has been launched to optimise emergency services’ response to incidents and enable blue-light teams to reach locations rapidly with pinpoint accuracy. APD Maps is a cutting-edge cloud-based software platform which supports emergency services to deploy the right…

Advanced Aico alarm series utilised in luxury development

Stothers M&E Ltd provide building engineering services across the UK and Ireland, with regional offices in Glasgow and Warrington, the Belfast-based national contractor was awarded a £75m development of two tower blocks in Manchester. In order to ensure the residents…

E-FORCE battery tools for more speed and flexibility

Weber Rescue Systems is proud to present a new series of battery-driven rescue tools. The next generation of E-FORCE tools benefit from new and innovative technical features for even more efficient use. The two most significant improvements are the new…

6×6 Hilux Fire & Rescue: new chassis, new possibilities and now in-service

Prospeed Motorsport Limited (York, UK) have developed a 6×6 Hilux for supply to Fire & Rescue vehicle manufacturers. These builders then create body conversions to meet the specific requirements of their customers. The 6×6 Hilux offers an enormous 3,000Kg payload,…

Duyar Vana awarded the Third Prize in the Innovative Organization and Culture category of İnovaLİG 2019

Held by the Turkish Exporters Assembly for the eighth time this year with the support of the Turkish Ministry of Commerce, the winners of the İnovaLİG 2019 contest were announced. In a bid to be recognized as leaders of innovation, 1,236…

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) has upgraded its aerial rescue provisions

On Monday, 4 January 2021, three brand new Turntable Ladders were made operationally active by MAWWFRS and went on the run at Morriston, Aberystwyth and Haverfordwest fire stations. Group Manager Ricky Woodhead said: ‘We’re delighted to bring in these state-of-the-art…

Virtual business safety advice

It is fire-safety business as usual as Cleveland Fire Brigade goes virtual to give vital advice and support during lockdown. Businesses, care homes and other organizations can get what they need to ensure they comply with all the latest regulations…

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