IFE unveils future global strategy

The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) has undertaken a comprehensive review of its communications and activities to improve its services and qualifications for members and strengthen its global influence in the two key areas of competence and sustainability. With over…

Aico’s Mobile Training and Demonstration Units are back!

After having the brakes on for the past 16 months, Aico’s bespoke, state-of-the-art Mobile Training and Demonstration Units are back out on the road. Since acquiring their first Mobile Unit in 2017, Aico have expanded their fleet to four units,…

Cable pathways regulatory landscape made easier thanks to guide

A new guide that outlines the key updates relating to cable pathways has been launched by Legrand UK & Ireland, following updates to a number of key industry regulations. The guide – Creating Cable Pathways – follows recent updates to…

Improve your understanding of BS 8629 with Advanced

Fire-protection solutions manufacturer Advanced has launched two new courses to aid understanding of the BS 8629 Code of Practice recommendations and the EvacGo system designed to meet them. ‘A Guide to Meeting BS 8629’ is a continuing professional development course,…

Leading industry associations confirm support for The Fire Safety Event 2018

The Fire Safety Event | 10 – 12 April 2018, The NEC, Birmingham Leading fire industry associations including the Institution of Fire Engineers, Rail Industry Fire Association, Association for Specialist Fire Protection, Institute of Fire Safety Managers, Association of Insurance…

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