Fire Safety Technology Forum UAE 2013

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Fire Safety Technology Forum UAE 2013
Type:Trade show / Expo
Dates:May 23, 2013
Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Address:Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Event Overview

The region’s leading forum and exhibition dedicated to showcasing the latest fire safety technologies

3rd Annual Fire Safety Technology Forum UAE conference and exhibition will take place in May 2013 in Abu Dhabi. The prestigious event will commence with a keynote opening speech from Major General Rashid Thani Al Matrooshi, Director General, UAE Civil Defence, followed by an open forum, whereby International VIP speakers will discuss the latest trends, developments and best practice technologies related to fire safety.

Key benefits of attending 3rd Annual Fire Safety Technology Forum UAE:

  • Maximise future business opportunities by networking with key decision-makers from Civil Defence departments throughout the GCC
  • Deliver higher standards of fire safety by benchmarking your organisation’s strategies and solutions with best-practice methods from around the world
  • Build valuable future business contacts by networking with international and regional industry experts and leaders
  • Share technical challengesand solutions associated with fire safety by meeting with a selection of the key technology providers approved by Dubai Civil Defence

Visitor Demographic (Geographical Regions/Countries): United Arab Emirates

Visitor Demographic (Type):

Chief, Director, Head, Manager, Senior Manager, Team Leader or Advisor:

Health Safety and Environment (HSE)
Quality, Safety and Environment (QSE)
Fire Safety
Fire Engineering
Fire Protection
Occupational Safety
Safety Department
Security & Emergency Response
Disaster Recovery
Event Organiser
Organiser: IQPC
Block 11, 1st Floor, Office no. F12-F14
Knowledge Village

Telephone +971 (0) 43 63 19 25

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