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26 September 2014

Which direction will the fire service take over the course of the next five years and how might it look in 2020? James Cleverly gives us his predictions.

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06 October 2016

BAFSA is on a journey to help future proof the industry, head off skills shortages, and provide much needed qualifications and career pathways, as Ruth Oliver reports

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08 September 2016

Carl Atkinson explains why the passive fire protection industry should play an active role in the building information modelling process

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08 September 2016

Richard Saxon charts the progress of BIM delivery for central government projects by 2016 and measures its overall success to date in the UK

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09 May 2016

Fires that spread through concealed spaces such as roof voids pose a significant threat to the building structure, contents and occupants.

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01 March 2020

Richard Hull charts the origins of smoke toxicity and explains how it can be assessed effectively to provide fire regulators with much needed information.

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01 November 2010

Fire engineering has allowed increasingly creative architecture. Sam Barrett looks at the concerns it holds for insurers and the need for them to be involved earlier in the process.

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04 April 2017

Jane Hopkins provides an insight into fire safety challenges in schools and shows why everyday issues such as display, storage and conflicting needs can make managing them an art in itself

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01 May 2019

Drone technology offers emergency services a new perspective for more informed decision making and assessments, says MCL

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01 February 2020

Matt Clare and Christian Watkins discuss their experiences of fire door issues, including common defects, good practice in action and potential positive changes ahead.

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