FIRE 2020

LOCATION: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London

DATE: 04 November 2020

DURATION: 1 Day

In this new industry event, the Fire Protection Association (FPA), Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) and the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) have collaborated, to provide a packed programme covering the latest issues in fire and essential networking opportunities.

The one-day conference will boast talks and workshops by leading fire professionals from the UK and around the world. Our delegates will benefit from discussion and debate on the sector’s most current issues and developments, sparking thought and action for further change within the world of fire safety. 

This year’s theme is Modern Methods of Construction with the programme featuring speakers from a variety of roles within the sector including research, operations, fire engineering, risk assessment and prevention to name a few. Stephen Greenhalgh, Minister of State for Fire, will start the day’s agenda on The Fire Safety Bill. Further programme announcements will be made across the coming weeks. 

Taking place on 4 November at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster, London, the will be a hybrid event providing delegates with the option to attend in person or virtually, and creating an opportunity for bringing together an even wider global audience. 

This year’s theme is Modern Methods of Construction with the programme featuring speakers from a variety of roles within the sector including research, operations, fire engineering, risk assessment and prevention to name a few. Stephen Greenhalgh, Minister of State for Fire, will start the day’s agenda on The Fire Safety Bill.

  • Business Managers
  • Commercial Development Managers
  • CEO/Chairman/CFO/Directors
  • Building Surveyors
  • Fire Safety Managers
  • Risk Management
  • Fire Engineers
  • Marketing/Product/Sales Managers
  • Insurers
  • Technical Managers

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