UK Fire September 2020 E-News

Virtual Hazmat – assessing the impact of COVID-19 on hazmat best practice

Date: 14 October 2020Time: 13:30 – 16:30 (BST), networking from 16:30 – 18:30 (BST):Paid for event:…

PROFESSIONAL OUTFIT!

C-TEC’s CAST and Hush Pro systems specified at a mixed-use site C-TEC’s revolutionary CAST and…

Dirk Laibach appointed to the IWMA Board

As of now, Dirk Laibach is a new member of the IWMA board of directors.…

Dräger helps reduce Firefighters risk of exposure to carcinogens with new packaged solution

Dräger has launched a range of solutions for cleaning breathing apparatus, respiratory masks and PPE…

Onscene Solutions adds color-changing LED compartment lights to its lineup

OnScene Solutions, a leading manufacturer of cargo slides, LED lighting and apparatus solutions in the…

St Albans Civic Centre Gets Hyfire Wireless Protection

Global wireless fire detection and alarms leader Hyfire has supplied over 500 devices for a…

BAFE and FireQual announce management appointments

BAFE FireQual Ltd is pleased to announce that they have appointed Nic Preston as the…

Vimpex adds Fire Door Coordinator to complement Wired and Wire-Free Door Holder Range

Vimpex Ltd, Europe’s leading independent manufacturer of fire alarm ancillaries is pleased to announce the…

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Businesses urged not to overlook fire safety by National Fire Chiefs Council

Businesses across the UK which have had to make changes due to COVID-19 are being…

Cleaning made easy – Bullard Care Kit

Many modern materials release chemicals in the event of a fire. It is said that…

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