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01 December 2020

As COVID-19’s impacts continue into 2021, new safety measures will affect existing ones, suggests Stephen Adams, who paints us the landscape

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01 December 2020

William Roszczyk reports on the virtual FIRE 2020 conference, hosted by the Fire Protection Association (FPA), the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) and the Institute of Fire Engineers (IFE)

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01 December 2020

Key steps towards a high quality sprinkler system installation and better fire protection are explained here by Graeme Leonard

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01 December 2020

A new certification scheme for evacuation alert systems in high rises is now on stream to aid firefighter operations, writes Richard Jenkins

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01 December 2020

Increasing demand on warehousing and on logistics further underlines the importance of fire suppression, according to Paul Berry

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01 December 2020

Bettina McDowell suggests how watermist fits into a world that is increasingly facing the many challenges of environmental protection

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01 December 2020

Enhancing fire detection and suppression can be achieved with the help of camera technology, explains James Mountain

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01 December 2020

Tom Roche asks why UK businesses continue to ignore the myriad costs of fires, and so many buildings still lack appropriate fire protection  

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01 November 2020

Jéromine Andolfatto explains why buildings of the future need sustainability ratings schemes that factor in fire resilience from the outset

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01 November 2020

In a world that is much changed by COVID-19, Peter Lackey provides businesses with fire safety tips to counter new and existing risks

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