In April, the Fire Industry Manufacturer’s Expo (FIM Expo) is coming to Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol. The event is organised by the Fire Industry Association and aims to build the bridge between manufacturers of fire detection and alarm products and those in the services world.
Aside from an exhibition there is the added bonus of two free seminars.
The first seminar, ‘BS 5839-1: 2017 – What’s changed?’ is presented by the FIA’s Technical Manager, Will Lloyd and covers the latest major revision of the standard, BS 5839-1, and the differences between this version and the old 2013 version.
The second seminar will be discussing the future of the fire industry. What levels of competency will be expected or needed in 2018 and beyond? In our current climate, where pressures on responsible persons/duty holders are rising, what will those potential clients be looking for in a fire detection and alarm service company?
Entitled, ‘The future of qualifications in fire detection and alarm’, this presentation will be given by the FIA’s General Manager, Martin Duggan.
Both seminars are fully CPD accredited and certificates will be available to pick up from the registration desk at the end.