Checkmate Fire will kick off this years exhibiting at the Fire Safety Event at the Birmingham NEC on 10-12 April 2018
The event, an independent event dedicated to supporting the UK’s fire and safety industry, features a powerful combination of education, networking and business support designed to help organisations maintain the very highest standards of fire safety. We wil be featuring both our range of fire stopping services & products and our LPCB certified fire resistant glazing, Alufire.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION AND ADVICE
The free seminar programme, carefully curated and delivered in partnership with the Fire & Security Matters magazine, covers critical topics in fire safety management today and features a mix of case study presentations, white paper presentations, thought-provoking debates and legal updates all presented by government officials, lawyers, and leading industry professionals, across two theatres.
In addition, visitors are invited to attend breakfast briefings on all three days where they will enjoy refreshments while networking and enjoying sessions on cladding fires (10 April), fire protection in tall buildings (11 April) and Protecting Buildings with Sprinklers (12 April).
By attending you will be able to see and experience the very latest products and services on the market today. With over 30 specific fire safety companies exhibiting at the event, you will be able to discuss your organisation’s fire safety needs 1-on-1 and receive practical hands-on information and advice from major fire safety brands in the industry. Visitors will also be able to experience the latest products and services plus receive hands-on advice from a wide range of major fire safety brands exhibiting at the event.
To book a 1-on-1 discussion with one of our team click here and tell us which day you would like to meet with someone.
Co-located with The Health & Safety Event and The Facilities Event, The Fire Safety Event is a must-attend for anyone who has a focus on improving life safety, business continuity and business protection for their organisation.
Make a note of the dates and make sure you visit Checkmate Fire on stand FS67.
You can register for your free badge now.
10 April 2018
The keynote theatre will boast three sessions on day one, beginning with Advanced’s Neil Parkin delivering an address on how to eliminate false alarms. This will be followed by a mock trial on the Fire Safety Order, which will be led by Warren Spencer who has prosecuted more than 120 cases under the Order. Dr Bob Docherty will also deliver a session titled passport to fire safety, which will focus on ensuring your workplace is compliant with fire safety laws.
The Fire and Evacuation Theatre will host a session on the devastating effects of fires on trains, buses and at sea and how to take steps to mitigate against the risks and a panel debate on how to safely evacuate premises.
11 April 2018
Highlights from day two include a Corporate Manslaughter mock trial, which will be delivered on behalf of Turner and Townsend by Gerard Forlin QC from Cornerstone Barristers. Other sessions include guidance on how to evacuate safely during terrorist attacks and how to identify a competent contractor to carry out fire safety work.
Kingspan’s Mark Harris will address the key topic of fire safety of insulated panels and facade systems, which has become a mainstream focus in recent months. There will also be a panel debate on fire safety in hospitals, which will explain how to keep patients and premises safe in the event of a fire and key steps to preventing fires.
12 April 2018
The final day will include keynote sessions on passive fire protection – complying with the law, lessons learned from Grenfell Tower fire and how to protect vulnerable people during fires.
C-Tec will also deliver a session on how to ensure your visual alarm devices are legally compliant. There will be one final panel debate on reliable protection and safe evacuation of premises.