Nov 22, 2017 Last Updated 2:18 PM, Nov 16, 2017
Here Tracy Kirk, General Manager of Sales and Marketing for Hochiki Europe, tells PSBJ why the life safety sector needs to focus on educating duty holders across the public sector built environment – particularly in education environments – on the importance of looking after their…
In the shadow of the Grenfell Tower devastation, this year’s Fire Door Safety Week is gearing up for a hard-hitting message about fundamental regulatory reform.
Recent random terrorist atrocities in the UK – even deliberately targeting school-age children at the initial Ariana Grande concert in Manchester – has upped the stakes on keeping schools safe without turning them into fortresses, says Mo Ali, Sales Manager at Zaun.
Altro has launched the new Altro Wood™ Safety collection, inspired by nature and combining functional performance with modern design to create spaces that really work for the people who use them.
There is unanimous agreement amongst organisations of all kinds – public sector and private – and the general public that fire safety is of critical importance. The consequences of not correctly specifying a fire assembly are, of course, potentially disastrous. First launched in 2008, the…
With asbestos in schools again attracting headlines, David Cooper of risk management specialist Lucion Services says that safety management practices can be improved with full use of advanced sampling and testing methods using scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
The indoor and outdoor push buttons within the StopperSwitch series from Safety Technology International have undergone some exciting new changes for 2017.
Marie Hanby, Marketing Manager at Intastop – a leading manufacturer of door, place and people protection – explains how key areas can be easily protected and why NHS trusts and healthcare providers have chosen products that offer long-lasting advantages.
Simon May, Technical Manager at Hochiki Europe, discusses how life safety systems for education, healthcare and other public facilities can be incorporated into the smart cities movement, and how this will change the way public spaces are designed and built in the future.
Steve Martin, Head of the Fire & Security Association (FSA), discusses the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005 and the best ways of ensuring compliance with it.
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