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BAFSA And Cambridgeshire Fire And Rescue Service Organize “Sprinklers Save Lives” One-Day Business Seminar
BAFSA And Cambridgeshire Fire And Rescue Service Organize “Sprinklers Save Lives” One-Day Business Seminar

Around 200 delegates from the building and design industries in the United Kingdom region and beyond attended a one-day business seminar themed - “Sprinklers Save Lives” on providing a fire resilient environment for everyone. It was held at The Burgess Hall in St Ives, United Kingdom.  “Sprinklers Save Lives” seminar Organized by BAFSA (British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association Ltd.) in collaboration with, and hosted by, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, the event focused on raising awareness of the life-saving benefits sprinkler and suppression systems can provide to communities. During the seminar, presenters spoke about the challenges faced by the fire and rescue service in higher risk buildings, protecting vulnerable people, local authority approaches to protecting buildings from fire and case studies sharing lessons learnt. There were also suppliers on hand to answer any questions about what’s on the market, and demonstrate the latest technology. Benefits of sprinkler and suppression systems We see sprinklers as an integral part of fire protection, not just in commercial premises but also in the home" Group Commander Dave Lynch, Head of Fire Protection for Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service commented, “We were delighted to welcome so many delegates to the event. It’s great to see so many people seeing the benefits of sprinklers and how they can protect their business and help us reduce risk within our communities”. Dave adds, “This year we are launching a new sprinkler strategy in Cambridgeshire. We see sprinklers as an integral part of fire protection, not just in commercial premises but also in the home. We are working with developers and the local authority to ensure that sprinklers are considered right at the early stages of developments to ensure that the safety of residents is at the forefront.” Fire sprinklers save lives and protect firefighters BAFSA Chief Executive Officer, Keith MacGillivray said, “What a fantastic turnout for this event, there is a huge amount of interest in sprinklers and what they can do to protect people in both domestic and residential properties, they are invaluable to the vulnerable in our communities as sprinklers act for those who cannot act for themselves. Sprinklers save lives and protect firefighters.” The event was supported by BAFSA members; IPS Flow Systems, FloWatch, Rapidrop and SureFire.

Cambridgeshire Fire And Rescue Service Hosts BAFSA One-Day Business Seminar Themed – ‘Providing A Fire Resilient Environment For All’
Cambridgeshire Fire And Rescue Service Hosts BAFSA One-Day Business Seminar Themed – ‘Providing A Fire Resilient Environment For All’

Around 200 delegates from the building and design industries in the region and beyond attended a one-day business seminar on ‘Providing a fire resilient environment for all’. Organised by the British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association Ltd (BAFSA) in collaboration with, and hosted by, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, the event focused on raising awareness of the life-saving benefits sprinkler and suppression systems can provide to communities. It was held at The Burgess Hall in St Ives. Fire safety and rescue seminar During the seminar, presenters spoke about the challenges faced by the fire and rescue service in higher risk buildings, protecting vulnerable people, local authority approaches to protecting buildings from fire and case studies sharing lessons learnt. There were also suppliers on hand to answer any questions about what’s on the market and demonstrate the latest technology. Group Commander David Lynch, Head of Fire Protection for Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service commented, “We were delighted to welcome so many delegates to the event. It’s great to see so many people seeing the benefits of sprinklers and how they can protect their business and help us reduce risk within our communities”. There is a huge amount of interest in sprinklers and what they can do to protect people in both domestic and residential properties" Fire Sprinklers strategy         David adds, “This year we are launching a new sprinkler strategy in Cambridgeshire. We see sprinklers as an integral part of fire protection, not just in commercial premises but also in the home. We are working with developers and the local authority to ensure that sprinklers are considered right at the early stages of developments to ensure that the safety of residents is at the forefront.” BAFSA Chief Executive Keith MacGillivray said, “What a fantastic turnout for this event, there is a huge amount of interest in sprinklers and what they can do to protect people in both domestic and residential properties, they are invaluable to the vulnerable in our communities as sprinklers act for those who cannot act for themselves. BAFSA has further free to attend seminars during March in Bournemouth and Lancashire and would encourage all to attend. Sprinklers save lives and protect firefighters." The event was sponsored by BAFSA and BAFSA members; IPS Flow Systems, FloWatch, Rapidrop and SureFire.

Project Fire Partners With Rapidrop Global To Bring Sustainable Fire Protection Solutions
Project Fire Partners With Rapidrop Global To Bring Sustainable Fire Protection Solutions

Project Fire, are pleased to confirm new partnership with Rapidrop Global to bring sustainable fire protection solutions to the Polish market. Project Fire’s products are present in several international markets, including Australia, Europe and Asia. Rapidrop, an international sprinkler supplier, has an established working relationship with Project Fire, and already acts as an international distributor for the UK manufacturer in the Middle East and South Africa. Their strong collaboration and combined expertise has helped to bring the latest in sustainable technology to the market. After the success of their first distributor partnership in the Middle East, both organizations have now agreed to work together in Eastern Europe, namely Poland. Project Fire’s innovative fire protection technology and Rapidrop’s strong presence in the Polish market provided the ideal partnership to bring forward-thinking technology to a growing economic and cultural presence in Europe. Poland is also a country that cares about sustainability and environmental practices, especially so in its capital, Warsaw. energy efficient benefits The organizations plan to work to build a strong presence in the market to render Polish buildings safer Project Fire believes that its water-saving and energy-efficient benefits are a perfect fit in the localized market and will help consultants and architects to build and retrofit more sustainable, compliant and holistic building systems. Once the distributor agreement was officially established, Project Fire travelled to Poland in September, where they carried out extensive, on-the-ground training for Rapidrop’s Polish team. The Project Fire team also spoke to over 50 Polish consultants, designers and end-users in Warsaw, where they focused on cost, efficiency and environmental benefits for Project Fire’s Zonecheck, Zonecheck Addressable, Bellcheck & Livetap products. Both international organizations plan to work closely together to build a strong and lasting presence in the market to help render Polish buildings safer and more sustainable. Plans are also in motion to expand out to other Eastern European countries.

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