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IWMA to hold webinar on the publication of EN 14972-1:2020

On 23 June, the International Water Mist Association (IWMA) will hold a webinar to explain…

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Housing and estates partners needed to test new compliance tools in advance of Building Safety Regulations

Housing providers, estate and facilities managers and social landlords keen to explore how they meet…

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BSIU graphics interface makes new Johnson Controls TrueSite Workstation more accessible

Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, today announces the release…

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Teledyne FLIR launches A500f/A700f cameras for fire detection and condition monitoring

The FLIR A500f and A700f Advanced Smart Sensor ruggedized thermal cameras feature high-temperature detection for…

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Waterguard and Ramtech unveil fire and leak detection collaboration

Barnsley-headquartered construction technology specialists Waterguard and Ramtech have announced plans to interlink their leak and…

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Fire Service continues to unlock the potential of Panasonic’s demountable rugged solution three years on

When Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service (DWFRS) upgraded its Mobile Data Terminals (MDT)…

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Is musculoskeletal pain putting the wellbeing and careers of firefighters at risk?

New research will assess the musculoskeletal health of UK and European firefighters in a bid…

Nothing compares to being up close to a wildfire

MYSTERY RANCH, in partnership with Monster Energy Cares, has launched an incredible new book called…

New fire-door training company launches

A new dedicated fire-door training company has been launched. UK Fire Door Training Ltd have…

AJM Fire Safety launches online fire-door Knowledge Hub

AJM Fire Safety Ltd has launched a brand-new fire-door Knowledge Hub on their website. The…

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