Conference Smart Cities – Cities of the Future

Oct 11, 2016 | News, Sustainability

Zagreb| 11 October 2016

To be truly smart, cities of the future must be resilient and fire safe.

This was the key message jointly launched by Fire Safe Europe (FSEU) and the firefighters of Zagreb fire brigade at the Conference Smart Cities – Cities of the Future, held in Zagreb on October 11th.

Fire safety was included among the key topics of the conference, alongside themes such us energy efficiency and sustainability.

A building that is not resilient to fire cannot be called safe, sustainable or smart. This is why, in a time marked by extensive building renovation and energy refurbishment programmes, fire safety must not be left aside.

Blog post

REMAIN UP TO DATE - Join our newsletter!

Newsletter
Find more about how we manage your privacy details in our privacy policy page.

The next chapter for fire safety in buildings starts now

Get ready, the next chapter for fire safety in buildings in Europe starts now. And we want you to be a part of it. Join in and let’s continue to work together to ensure that fire safety is high on the agenda of the newly elected European Parliament.

Romanian Coalition for Fire Safety conference: key takeaways

On May 7, The Romanian Coalition for Fire Safety held a conference on fire safety in buildings. Several Representatives from the Romanian Government gave updates on their efforts regarding fire safety legislation. Fire Safe Europe presented its #Together4FireSafety campaign.

Fire safety highlighted in the EPBD recommendations

On May 16 2019, the European Commission published its Recommendations on how EU countries should implement the building renovation aspects of the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). Several recommendations cover fire safety.

FSEU’s recipe to convert EU decision-makers to better fire safety

Fire Safe Europe took part in the fruitful exchanges between stakeholders at the second Fire-In project, annual Dissemination Workshop and gave attendees two essential tools to be heard by EU decision-makers.

FSEU webinar – Learning from fires with Dr. Vyto Babrauskas

On May 16, 2019 Dr. Babrauskas presented three suggested solutions on how to learn from past fire incidents in a systematic way. Click here to learn what these solutions are.

Pin It on Pinterest