FSEU Intel – FIEP Project Team 3: Fire Prevention Principles

Sep 25, 2018 | FIEP, News

FIEP – Project Team 3 meeting on Fire Prevention Principles, September 14, 2018.


On September 14, 2018, FIEP project team 3 provided prevention principles through a series of presentations by several stakeholders:

  1. Good experience of the cooperation between supervision and prevention (Estonia)
  2. Advices about domestic fires and successful cooperation with insurance companies (CFPA-Europe)
  3. Research into “who is at risk from fire in domestic area” (EuroFSA)
  4. Preventive fire protection in the private sector (EFFUA)
  5. Presentation of FEEDS (methodology and main conclusions) and recommendations from ECI and FISUEL regarding electrical fire safety (Benoît Dome)
  6. Fire prevention campaign in Finland (SPEK – Finnish National Rescue Association)
  7.  Public fire behavior – Information for fire prevention (Fire & Rescue services, Frankfurt am main).
  8. Use of Automatic Fire Sprinklers in Domestic Residencies (CTIF)

Download the notes providing an overview of what each speaker presented.

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