SES is the Swiss Association of Installers of Safety and Security Systems. Like many other associations within Euralarm it builds its reputation on a commitment to excellence. In an industry with the objective and purpose to save lives, protect people and property, this is a must.
Zug, Switzerland, 31 January 2017 – The conference on Research into fire technologies shaping future standards, organised by Euralarm and EUSAS, takes place in Berlin on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February 2017. Those who are interested in participating in the conference can download a leaflet from the Euralarm and EUSAS websites and register directly.
More and more building owners and managers are outsourcing the maintenance of their buildings and systems to specialised facility management companies. By doing so, the fire safety and security systems are often bundled together with other types of systems into one maintenance service contract. This approach not only lowers the costs but also reduces the number of service suppliers. However, the maintaining of fire safety and security system services by generalist service suppliers also brings the risk of non-specialists becoming responsible for the maintenance of fire safety and security services.
Euralarm and EUSAS will be organising a European conference on research into fire technologies that will shape the future standards. The conference will take place in Berlin on Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February 2017.
As of November 17, Jan Witte, CEO of German company Minimax, has become President of the President of the European umbrella organisation EUROFEU.
As experts in fire prevention, the WAGNER Group GmbH has been developing and realising fire protection technology systems since 1976. The family-run company is an international provider of systems and solutions primarily specialising in fire protection for IT/data centres, storage and logistics facilities, archives, museums, production facilities, railway vehicles and hotels. WAGNER also offers customer-specific, optimised fire protection concepts to customers in other sectors on request.
Euralarm welcomes the adoption by the European Parliament’s TRAN Committee of the report on New challenges and concepts for the promotion of tourism in Europe.
The document, downloadable here, represents the Electronic Fire Safety and Security Industry's formal answer to an ‘European Commission’s Inception Impact Assessment on the Proposal for an EU Initiative Establishing a Harmonised Certification Scheme for Alarm System Components’.
Euralarm’s Fire Section holds a liaison A status in the International Organisation for Standardisation’s (ISO) Technical Committee for Fire detection and alarm systems ISO/TC 21/SC 3. A liaison A status characterises organisations making an effective contribution to the work of the technical committee, which counts representatives of some 36 countries spread across all continents.
The 6th Carbon Monoxide Round Table took place this month at the European Parliament in Brussels. The events’ main objective was to improve safety in tourist accommodation to prevent unnecessary deaths by carbon monoxide poisoning.