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Copyright International Fire Protection 2016

After an impressive show last year (3,518 delegates from 54 nations and rave reviews) InterDrone returns to Las Vegas Sept. 6-8 in a premier location.  It will feature 125+ sessions for engineers, software developers, executives, investors, regulators and commercial drone “buyers and flyers” in more

Fire Safety North will be making its debut at EventCity Manchester on 10-11 October offering an unparalleled line-up of CPD-accredited seminars and more than 30 exhibitors. Following the success of the Fire Safety Events at Birmingham NEC and Glasgow SEC earlier this year, we are delighted

Conducted by researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the first-of-its-kind review finds the trade-offs lack scientific grounding and stresses the need to consistently test and review fire safety codes. A first-of-its-kind review of building code fire safety “trade-offs” (relaxations in building regulations when sprinklers are installed) has

In spring 2017 Carl Bryan, Managing Director, Wagner UK was welcomed to the London Stock Exchange Studios by presenter Sarah Locket to discuss the latest generation of fire protection concepts. During the interview, Carl Bryan explained the concept behind active fire prevention with oxygen reduction

56th DORNBIRN MAN-MADE FIBERS CONGRESS (DORNBIRN-MFC) 13-15 September 2017 DORNBIRN-MFC as a Generator of Ideas and Networking Agent Each year, the Dornbirn-MFC is host to more than 700 participants from more than 30 nations (80% from Europe, 15% from Asia, and 5% from America).  Incoming registrations seem to

Wrightstyle, the advanced glazing supplier, has been raising issues of fire safety for years.  Jane Embury, a director of the company, adds her voice to the outrage surrounding the Grenfell Tower fire.  It’s been called “codifying by catastrophe.”  It’s the way in which fire and building