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REGISTER TO ATTEND CLICK HERE! 14-17 MAY 2012 NEC BIRMINGHAM


LEARNING ZONE – HALL 3A


Located in hall 3A with its own dedicated entrance, the Fire Solutions product area is the place to source innovative new fire safety products and gain a better understanding of the growing convergence between fire and security.


Whether you already install both fire safety and security solutions or you’re considering moving into fire safety, make sure you attend Fire Solutions and in particular the free to attend info4fire.com Learning Zone.


DAY 1 – MONDAY 14TH MAY


13.30 - 14.00


14.15 - 14.45


Alarm or false alarm: That is the question Speaker: Mr Angus Stone, Associate trainer, Fire Protection Association False alarms can lead to complacency and put people at risk. If you need to know more about installing and operating fire detection and alarm systems, this session is a must-attend.


F&RS response to fire alarm signals Mr Angus Stone, Associate trainer, Fire Protection Association A recent project by the insurer body, RISC Authority, has revealed wide differences in the how both automatic and 999 calls are dealt with or screened by Fire & Rescue Services. If it’s your responsibility to place 999 calls and coordinate evacuation measures in premises, find out how this information could affect you at this session.


DAY 2 – TUESDAY 15TH MAY


11.15 - 11.45


12.00 - 12.30


The future’s on fire: Move into fire protection Speaker: Mr Martin Duggan, General Manager, Fire Industry Association (FIA)


This seminar will help anyone looking at moving into fire understand the differences between fire and security and appreciate what they need to do to move into fire protection.


The perfect fit! Integrating fire detection into building management systems Speaker: Ms Eva Kosanovic, Senior Product Manager, Apollo Fire Detectors This session will focus on the issues surrounding integration of fire detection with other building management systems. Other topics addresses will include a discussion about the latest technological developments in the BMS world and the future of fire system integration.


12.45 - 13.15


13.30 - 14.00


14.15 - 14.45


15.00 - 15.30


15.45 - 16.15


New requirements for carbon monoxide fire detectors and CO multi-sensors Speaker: Mr Anthony Dodkin, International Business Development Manager, LPCB/BRE Attend this session to understand the tests and requirements associated with CO type detectors and where they should be installed.


EN54 part 13 – Compatibility and interoperability in fire alarm systems Speaker: Mr David Wilson, Engineering Manager, Advanced Electronics This session is for everyone who wants to know what EN54 part 13 is about and why it should be used.


Taktis: Game changing fire alarm technology Speakers: Kevin Mears, Technical Manager, Kentec Electronics Attend this session to find out more information on the future of fire alarm innovation.


Electronically controlled access solutions Speaker: Mr Pat Jeffries, Abloy UK, Commercial Director Attend this session to gain a greater understanding of standards and compliance when specifying and installing door security.


How safe are your fire doors? Speaker: Mr John Fletcher, Scheme Manager, BWF-CERTIFIRE Fire Door & Doorset Scheme


Find out how to specify doors correctly, ensure the safety of your buildings and your associated legal responsibilities at this session.


Topics and speakers subject to change. Visit www.ifsec.co.uk for the very latest information.


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