For the first time at a global collaborative level, the International Fire Safety Standards (IFSS) will bring greater consistency by setting minimum levels of fire safety and professionalism across the world and ensure the demand for qualified professionals is high.
To assist authorities in assessing the risks of their high-rise and intermediate-height building inventory, ARUP completed a research project for NFPA to develop and validate a risk assessment methodology and the freely available electronic tool EFFECT™.
One successful case of collaborative fire data collection that spans jurisdictional boundaries is the Nordic Fire Statistics. Read our exclusive interview with Steen Hjere Nonneman, to learn more about this notable cooperation between Nordic countries.
September 25, 2019, facades fire safety experts convened to Paris for the Third International Seminar on Fire Safety of Facades (FSF2019). Fire Safe Europe joined the discussions and presented the progress made at EU level on facades.
From July 1- 3, 2019, the fire safety community convened in London to celebrate the 40th edition of Interflam. Fire Safe Europe partook in the conference and attended inspiring presentations. From Interflam, Fire Safe Europe would like to draw attention to 3 take-aways.