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Our flagship one day conference will be returning to London’s One Great George Street on Tuesday 5 November, with the RISCAuthority Seminar taking place the day before at the same location. Members will be kept informed as the


conference programme takes shape, along with exhibition and sponsorship opportunities.


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Availability of FPA training videos on USB


A number of our members and customers have been enquiring about whether our range of fire safety and health and safety training videos can be reproduced on an alternative format to DVD. Most modern laptops no longer


feature a disk drive and our members and customers, ranging from large corporations to self employed trainers, are asking if they can be supplied in USB format. This is now being actively followed up with our media production supplier, and we are expecting the best selling titles listed below to be available as MP4 fi les, appropriately secured on USB, from March 2019: • Fire safety in healthcare premises • Role of the fi re warden • Extinguishing fi res at work • Safe lifting and manual handling • Action in the event of fi re Depending on the popularity of these titles, and member feedback, we may look to convert all our training videos into this format.


Fire Sector Summit 2019


The date and venue for the 2019 Fire Sector Summit has now been confi rmed.


The FPA will exhibit at and host a member event during the Fire Safety Event at the NEC in Birmingham, from 9 to 11 April. We will hold the member event at 1pm on 11 April, which will be open to everyone, including FPA members, and provide key updates after the recent developments in regard to Dame Judith Hackitt’s review. We are delighted to be taking part in this dynamic and fast growing industry event, which brings together authoritative content from leading industry experts, manufacturers, suppliers and service providers. The fire sector is currently experiencing heightened awareness, so we are sure these three days are not to be missed. Find out more about the event at www. firesafetyevents.com


New members


A warm welcome to members joining us this month, including:


• Gordon Ewbank – Wood Protection Association


• Andi Shabani – Fire Safety Works Ltd • Jessica Pirrie – ITM Communications Ltd


• Thomas Oyoko – Oyoko Ltd • Gianluca Indovino – Safety Hi-Tech Global LLC


• Simon Love – London Fire Sprinklers Ltd


• Stephen Flint – RES Systems Ltd • Chris Hall – ACT National Ltd • Mike Green – Cannon Fire Sprinklers Ltd


• Stuart Harlow – Aston Francis Ltd For more information


You can call us on +44 (0)1608 812 514 or email membership@thefpa. co.uk with any specific questions you may have relating to membership or publications


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