See The Latest Fire Protection Products And Get Expert Advice At FIM Expo

It’s now only a few weeks until FIM Expo returns to the Madejski Stadium, home of Reading Football Club, on Wednesday 3 rd April. It is an excellent opportunity to get hands-on product demonstrations, have in-depth technical discussions, and compare…

FIA Survey reveals impact of Grenfell Tower, Brexit, and ‘cutting corners’ on fire industry

The FIA (Fire Industry Association) has released the results of the Market Conditions Survey, Wave 10.  This survey is a snapshot of the current trends within the fire industry nationwide.  Each Wave is conducted annually.  Wave 10 reveals the impact…

FIM Expo: Connecting those interested in Fire Detection & Alarm Systems

It’s now two months until next FIM Expo, Thursday 4th October 2018. This time the FIM Expo will take place at Doncaster Racecourse. Doncaster is one of the oldest (and in terms of physical capacity – largest) established centres for horse racing…

Fire Industry Association research sheds light on detection of stratified smoke

Fire detection in large open spaces has often proved to be challenging. BS5839-1 provides clear guidelines for detection at the ceiling and this may be perfectly sufficient for many applications. However, a few designers have been embarrassed to receive customer…

Comelit Fires Up New Division With FIA Membership

Comelit UK has become a member of the prominent Fire Industry Association (FIA,) following the introduction of its new fire division, designed to complement its renowned security portfolio. The Italian door entry manufacturer, known for its high specification solutions, now…

The FIA responds to the Hackitt’s review

The Fire Industry Association (FIA) welcomes Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety. We, amongst others, have been pushing for years for changes in the regulatory environment and competency levels in the fire safety industry. The…

Two new courses from the qualification pathway released

FIA Launches Health & Safety plus the Environmental units The Fire Industry Association is delighted to announce that two new courses are now available to book under the ‘Training’ tab of the website. This will no doubt please those who…

Fire Industry Association – Multi-sensor detector research to make waves in industry

Research pioneered by the Fire Industry Association (FIA) and its members has led to some momentous discoveries in the field of fire detection and alarm: more sophisticated multi-sensor detectors really are more effective at reducing false alarms than the ‘standard’…

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