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[caption id="attachment_9499" align="alignleft" width="200"] Ben Ansell - Chief Fire Officer - Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service[/caption] A fire chief has called for sprinklers to be installed in all of Dorset's high-rise buildings, reports the Bournemouth Echo. Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service chief fire

Only two months to go! Time to pinpoint the highlights and to sum up the facts of the 17th International Water Mist Conference! In 2017, the exhibition will be bigger than ever before. With 14 companies showcasing their products and two organizations introducing themselves to the

Leading European manufacturers head to Sydney, Australia, for the Asia Pacific’s largest emergency management conference and exhibition: this year’s AFAC17 powered by INTERSCHUTZ conference and exhibition, takes place at the new International Convention Centre Sydney on the 4-7 September 2017 and European suppliers to the

MDM Publishing Ltd, publishers of International Fire Protection (IFP), International Fire Fighter (IFF), Asia Pacific Fire (APF) and Gulf Fire magazines, is delighted to announce a new addition to their editorial team. Phil Martin will be joining MDM in September following a 34-year career in the

As the current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is severe, it’s now time for every business owner to ensure they have comprehensive and up-to-date evacuation procedures in place. Although similar, emergency evacuation procedures caused by security threats, are tailored differently to fire evacuation

Nittan Europe, a leading manufacturer of conventional and addressable fire detection products sold globally, has launched the SPERA™ analogue addressable fire alarm system, Nittan’s first complete UL approved range. SPERA is a flexible, expandable, highly reliable system developed by Nittan for countries and regions requiring UL approved

Fire services collect facts and figures during responses to alarms from Fire Detection and Alarm Systems. Euralarm has reviewed the different approaches for data collection and analysis in Germany, Great Britain (England), Switzerland, Sweden and Austria (Vorarlberg). A key observation is differences between the examined countries,

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