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FI RE SAFE T Y


ADVANCED 34 Moorland Way, Cramlington, Northumberland NE23 1WE


T: 01670 707111 E: sales@advancedco.com W: www.advancedco.com


FIRE PROTECTION


ASSOCIATION London Road, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire GL56 0RH


T: 01608 812 500 E: fpa@thefpa.co.uk W: www.thefpa.co.uk


Where performance, quality and ease of use are paramount, you’ll find Advanced on the wall. As a global leader in intelligent fire and life safety systems Advanced’s products are installed in all manner of locations, from the simple to the most prestigious and challenging, in over 60 countries worldwide.


Advanced’s range of analogue addressable control panels, is regarded as a benchmark product across the fire industry and is widely specified for systems ranging from single loop, single panel to multi-loop, multi- panel networks with over 200,000 devices.


Advanced also produces intelligent extinguishing, radio paging and emergency lighting systems, all backed up by its industry leading expertise, service and quality.


For more information on any of the above, visit www.advancedco.com.


The Fire Protection Association (FPA) is the UK’s national fire safety organisation and we work to identify and draw attention to the dangers of fire and the means by which their potential for loss is kept to a minimum.


Since our formation in 1946 we have attained an unrivalled reputation for quality of work and expertise in all aspects of fire including research, consultancy,


training, membership, publications, risk surveying and


auditing. Our products and services are designed to assist fire, security and safety professionals achieve and maintain the very highest standards of fire safety management.


To find out more about FPA, book onto one of its highly respected courses or enquire about membership please call 01608 812 500.


SAFELINCS Unit 1, Farlesthorpe Road, Alford, Lincolnshire LN13 9PS


T: 0800 6127936 E: support@safelincs.co.uk W: www.safelincs.co.uk


SIGMA FIRE & SECURITY T: 0121 700 7451 E: enquiry@sigmafs.com W: www.sigmafs.com


The P50 is a service-free extinguisher which can save FM Managers up to £300 over the first 10 years of each extinguisher. It does not require refilling after 5 years and can even be refurbished after 10 years for a further 10 year lifespan. P50s allow companies to achieve full extinguisher cover without external engineers, specialist training or servicing tools. All that is required is a visual inspection once a year by the customer’s FM staff. When you select P50 for your protection, Safelincs will help you to choose the correct quantity and type of P50 extinguishers. We also install and certify the extinguishers for you and will train your staff in the visual inspection of the extinguishers.


Sigma Fire & Security, based in Birmingham, are manufacturers and distributors of specialist fire safety and security products that are the perfect solution to protect your essential fire, safety and security equipment. Having to deal with vandalism, theft or damage can become costly and time consuming. It is absolutely essential that all fire protection equipment is in full working order at all times to ensure the safety of the people, the property and its assets. Installing an anti-tamper device from Sigma’s Smart range of products acts as deterrent, essentially reducing the likelihood of accidental damage, vandalism and misuse.


For more information about Sigma Fire & Security please contact the sales office on 0121 7007451 or visit www.sigmafs.com


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