IFP Magazine is the only international journal dedicated to fire safety, prevention and protection covering every aspect of the passive and active fire protection market. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focusing on the latest technology and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the world. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make IFP the first choice read for fire safety professionals.
Our first issue was launched in February 2000. Initially the editorial was compiled by Co-Publishers Dave Staddon and Mark Seton, although this changed in August 2010 with the appointment of Graham Collins as our Group Editor. Graham’s skills took IFP Magazine to a new level editorially and the magazine has never looked back. Each year more subscribers and more advertisers support the magazine. After moving to Australia Graham stepped down from his role in March 2015 and the ongoing editorial team is headed up by Dave Staddon assisted by editorial consultants Duncan White, Neil Bibby and Neil Wallington.
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Our website has undergone several wholesale changes over the years but currently sits as one of the most popular fire industry reference points in the world. This is mainly due to the skilled work of our IT and Website Manager Neil Spinney, who has totally redesigned the look of all our websites and revolutionised how they are managed. This added together with the cutting edge editorial loaded daily by our editorial team, sees us sit ahead of the competition.
One such element was the introduction of a monthly electronic newsletter which enables us to keep subscribers on the pace with the latest news and product developments from around the world. As a quarterly magazine it can be difficult to present current news, but the newsletter and websites allows us to keep you well informed on a daily basis.
We are always looking for ways to improve our magazine and website and we would welcome any ideas and input from you.