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Bill introduced to regulate electricians

A member’s bill aimed at regulating the profession of electricians has been welcomed by SELECT, Scotland’s electrotechnical trade association.

Last week, Scottish Conservative MSP Jamie Halcro ... more

Early warning of fire prevents huge losses for energy company

For companies involved in waste management, spontaneous fires are a fact of life and the critical issue is therefore to detect an outbreak as efficiently as possible and prevent it spreading. For one ... more

Human-Machine Interaction Passes SICK’s ‘Safety IQ’ Test at MACH 2018

The 2018 MACH Show will be the platform for demonstrating SICK’s UK SafetyIQ concept, the company’s universal approach to ensuring safe, compliant personnel protection without compromising on machine ... more

Driving change - SGS-TÜV Saar offers vehicle manufacturers practical training for new safety standards

Vehicle manufacturers are being encouraged by SGS-TÜV Saar to book onto a one-day course in anticipation of new ISO standards for automotive electrical and electronic systems set to come into force ... more

Learning from the Grenfell Tower Tragedy

The tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire highlighted the deep issues faced by social housing in the UK and sparked an outcry of discussion. In particular, the causes of the fire have spurred intense debate, as it was revealed by police that the fire started in a fridge freezer due to an electrical fault... more

Kraus & Naimer Fire Alarm Isolators comply with the latest regulations for isolation, do yours?

Nittan to exhibit fire detection system at Intersec Dubai 2017

1. Does your fire alarm isolator meet the required isolation performance criteria according to BS5839-1:2013?

2. Can it be used for the purposes of ‘isolation’ according to BS7671:2008? 3. Is it ... more

Nittan will be exhibiting its completely customisable end-to-end Evolution analogue addressable fire detection systems solution ... more

Fire outbreaks at UK telephone exchanges must be prevented

A fire at any of the five thousand plus telephone exchanges in the UK not only poses a risk to human life, but means potentially expensive telephone and internet disconnection for local companies and loss of business for the service provider. Meirion Buck, Senior Design and Technical Manager for Adaptaflex discusses the dangers of poor cable protection at telephone exchanges across the country. more

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