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Fire Safety In The Digital Age: How Technology Is Transforming Fire Protection
In today’s digital age, technology has taken over almost every aspect of our lives, including fire safety and protection.
From advanced fire detection systems to smart firefighting equipment, technological advancements are revolutionising the way we prevent, detect, and respond to fires.
In this article, we explore the various ways technology is transforming fire protection and enhancing safety measures.
Website News: BIM – Building Information Modelling for Smoke and Fire Curtains
BIM is a process for creating and managing information on a construction project throughout its whole life cycle.
The Coopers Fire website is a central hub of information including case studies, product information, videos and resources. One of the newest editions to the Coopers Fire website includes its BIM capabilities. Our BIM page details the level of development Coopers Fire offer along with practical application, specification and model library’s. Click the link below to find out more.
Join us for the next FSM webinar with Apollo on 21 September 2023 at 10.30am to learn about fire alarm systems in educational institutions.
Fire alarm systems play a critical role in ensuring the safety of students, staff, and visitors in educational institutions. These systems are designed to detect the presence of a fire and promptly alert occupants, allowing for a timely response and evacuation if necessary. In this webinar, we will look at design considerations and guidance documentation. All attendees will receive a CPD certificate.
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The UK’s Secretary of State for the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) outlined his long-term plans for housing in England on 24 July – a portion of which was dedicated to building safety, second staircases and cladding.
THE ASSOCIATION for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) is pleased to announce that it has achieved ISO 9001 certification in the wake of a two-stage assessment conducted by UKAS-accredited certification body LRQA.
SIDERISE INSULATION – the global expert in developing passive fire protection solutions for the building envelope – not only supports an holistic approach to passive fire safety, but also recognises its responsibility to actively champion Best Practice. This is precisely why the company has just launched its Go Beyond campaign.
When it comes to life safety in the built environment, it’s essential to ensure that construction products are tested to standards relevant for their application and, importantly, that they’re installed correctly. This is particularly the case when it comes to the passive fire protection measures used for compartmentation, which must be considered at every stage in the construction journey: from design and specification right through to installation, sign-off and building handover.
The company’s new brand initiative highlights how Siderise seeks to Go Beyond simply manufacturing cavity barriers and firestops. Its high-performance, robustly tested and third party-certified products and systems are underpinned by extensive technical support and services, as standard, in a determined bid to encourage Best Practice specification and installation, in addition to promoting higher building safety standards across the globe.