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C-TEC to hold "Hush Those False Alarms" seminar at Firex North

Published on 27 September 2010
C-tec's seminar to explain the use of fire alarms
C-TEC are aiming to educate
landlords and building managers on
how to better protect their properties

C-TEC will be hosting its highly topical ‘Hush those false alarms: Unwanted Alarm Management Solutions’ seminar at this year’s Firex North.

With fire protection in flats, apartments and other houses of multiple occupation making the news for all the wrong reasons in recent times, C-TEC’s seminar aims to educate landlords and building managers on how to better protect their properties whilst ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations.

The 45-minute seminar will take place on both days of the show (times to be confirmed) and is already attracting an enormous amount of interest.

Said C-TEC’s Andy Green, C-TEC’s Marketing Manager: “The popularity of this seminar reflects just how high the issue of fire protection in tower-blocks, flats and other HMOs is on the political agenda. We were very encouraged by the response to the seminar at Firex South and received some excellent feedback.”

The seminar will explain how fire alarm equipment including C-TEC’s award-winning Hush Button can be utilized in houses of multiple occupations.

The leading life-safety equipment manufacturer will also be exhibiting its extensive range of third-party certified fire alarm control panels and power supplies on C10 at the exhibition in addition to its entire range of call systems, disabled refuge systems and induction loop amplifiers.

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