Join the fire safety community at FIREX 2019

2019 at ExCeL London, FIREX is supported by industry partners including the FPA, FIA, ASFP, FSA and BRE Global. It will bring together 18,000 professionals, looking to source world leading fire safety products; access over 25 hours of cutting edge education and thought leadership; and network with installers, integrators, distributors, manufacturers, consultants and end users. Over 130 exhibitors will showcase the latest sprinkler systems, evacuation signs, cladding, extinguishers, fire doors and more, including Apollo, Advanced, Hochiki, Kentec and C-Tec. Thanks to the Show Me How feature, launched last year, you can determine which products best meet the needs of your fire safety strategy through live demonstrations on exhibitor stands. Find out everything you need to know about installation, integration, maintenance and operation.


Meet face to face with suppliers and experts

Better still, FIREX gives you the opportunity to talk face to face with expert technicians behind the latest technologies in private, prebooked meetings. The 1-2-1 Meetings Service not only helps you generate new business and make critical new contacts, but also allows you to maximise your time at the event by prescheduling meetings.

Discover the latest solutions in dedicated areas

Features such as the ASFP Passive Fire Prevention Pavilion and the Sprinkler and Suppression Zone offer a laser focus on particular areas of the industry. The latter hosts leading vendors of sprinkler technology, including Duyar Valves, Reacton, FirePro and Xylem Water, who will present you with video demonstrations of their solutions to help you find the most effective sprinkler products.

FIREX also hosts the sixth International

Tall Building Fire Safety Conference. This is where global industry experts come together to discuss and showcase new strategies for keeping people safe in high rise buildings – with a focus on innovation, drones, fire science, new firefighting procedures, insurance and more.

IREX INTERNATIONAL is Europe’s only dedicated conference and trade show for the life safety and fire protection industry. Taking place from 18 to 20 June

Learn from thought leaders

These product features are complemented by a full, comprehensive agenda of free to attend case studies, seminars, panel discussions and keynote sessions covering critical industry topics. In the Expertise and Guidance Theatre, thought leaders and industry experts will discuss tall building safety, the aftermath of the Hackitt Review, the forthcoming review of Approved Document B, and smoke control, as well as: • ‘FSF panel: Building Towards a Fire Safe Future’, 11:30-12:20, 18 June

• ‘Double Fatality Fire and the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations 2015’, 12:30-13:00, 18 June

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‘Review of Government Response to Hackitt/ ADB Review and Impact on Passive Fire Protection’, 10:45-11:15, 19 June

‘The Development of Tests to Assess the Performance of Video Fire Detectors’, 12:30-13:00, 19 June

‘The Fire Industry after Brexit: Approvals and Compliance’,12:30-13:00, 20 June

• ‘Update on the Competence Steering Group – WG2 Installers’, 14:00-14:30, 20 June

The FPA Infozone will cover further pressing issues including new proposals for fire safety and how they will be implemented, competence for fire risk assessors post Grenfell, and dealing with disruption and how to increase your resilience to supply chain interruption. Both programmes aim to provide guidance and education to help you upskill, stay abreast of critical trends and legislation, and protect your property and people. Join the global fire protection community in

driving excellence in life safety at FIREX. Register for your free ticket at www.firexinternational., and also enjoy free access to co located shows on security (IFSEC International), health and safety (Health & Safety Expo) and facilities management (Facilities Management Show) from 18 to 20 June

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