Intersec will open its doors to the best of the best in the fire industry this week, with exhibitors travelling from 90 countries to return to the show. Hundreds of the world’s leading fire and safety suppliers including key companies such as SFFECO, SIBCA, 3M Gulf, BRE Global (LPCB) ,Bristol Fire Engineering, MSA Safety, Dafo Middle East, Eaton, FM Approvals, Hochiki Middle East, Honeywell and Lifeco will be in attendance.
With important international pavilions from Germany, India, Korea, France and the UK, Intersec is set to welcome back visitors safely to the largest and most important event in the business calendar, and with a packed 3 day agenda of CPD accredited conferences, workshops, meetings and networking put together with essential subjects, case studies, training and insights, visitors will have access to the industry’s leading minds and experts.
Dubai Civil Defence – Foresight workshop hall 5
16th January – Dubai Civil Defense Session – taking place in the Foresight Workshop
17th –DCD sessions taking place in the Agile First Responders Conference
18th Dubai Civil Defense Session – taking place in the Foresight Workshop
Programme and speakers are available on the Intersec website.
Registration for delegate passes are available here.
Agile First Responders – Hall 6
Given the ever-changing nature of threats, whether natural through climate change, man-made through terrorism activities or human error, either physical or virtual, ensuring safety remains the number one priority and the FIRST line of defense are the nation’s first responders.
The Dubai Civil Defence programme is a jam-packed three-day technical conference loaded with best practices and latest developments used by crisis and emergency response teams to tackle pandemics, major asset failures, fire, disasters & security lapses. The programme is a direct reflection of the industry’s most pressing issues which includes preventing injuries and ensuring that functional safety safeguards and equipment are available and operating at peak performance.
Nexus Workshops – Hall 3
The Nexus Workshop stages provide a space to share bi-lateral knowledge, expertise and approaches to incident management before, during and post incident. Session content includes live demonstrations, interactive workshops, practical presentations and discussion sessions
Day one of the three day programme kicks off with:
10:00 – 17:00 Emergency Planning for Disasters
Jeff Dunlin, Strategic Advisor IAFC National & International Programs, IAFC (International Association of Fire Chiefs) Retired Deputy Chief Charlotte Fire Department Charlotte, NC USA comments: ” Emergency service organisations (ESO), as a whole, are efficient planners. We plan for disasters that may happen in our community. We plan to replace apparatus, we even go so far as to preplan our response, strategy and tactics for major incidents in our response area. But how well do we plan for an emergency or a disaster that might happen to us?”
The full workshop programme is available here.
Bringing the industry together
“We are excited to welcome the world of fire and safety back to Intersec since the last edition in 2020 and there is an air of real excitement. It’s been a challenging couple of years but the thirst for business and desire to reconnect is obvious with companies, speakers and visitors travelling from all parts of the globe.
“Our programme this year has been created to bring attendees up to date with the learnings of the past couple of years, with advice and insights from industry experts and leaders and a look to towards the future. We have a huge programme of conferences, meetings, workshops and of course the largest showcase of products and solutions from companies keen to meet and do business. Intersec is here to once again bring the industry together, and with our partners we look forward to business as usual.”
DCD insight series at Intersec
Session 1 | New ESL certification service for fire and life safety products
Product certification is used globally as a successful market and regulatory tool to prove product benefits and its compliance with code requirements. How new ESL Certification is designed to remove bureaucratic frictions to allow businesses to gain trusted and efficient certification services for fire and life safety products?
The presentation aims at providing practical information on the certification process and certification requirements from the perspective of fire and life safety legislation in UAE for companies’ success.
Session 2 | Certified assemblies supplied or installed on site: who does what?
Certification provides a unique opportunity to demonstrate product compliance with the regulatory requirements. Nonetheless, this competitive advantage can be easily lost especially when responsibilities over product supply or installation on site are overlooked. This challenge particularly affects certified assemblies i.e., products delivered in pieces and installed on site.
The workshop targets manufacturers and distributors of assemblies used in fire and life safety (façade systems, fixed firefighting gas extinguishing systems, etc.), as well as any other interested parties. It will raise awareness on aspects of control over delivery and installation of manufactured components and subassemblies intended to form the final assembly, required to satisfy the regulatory requirements in place.
DCD Fire & Life Safety’s annual pitch competition
Showcase your products to panel of DCD, Developers, fire safety and business experts and demonstrate how your solution contributes to enhancing fire and life safety.
Email your application to B2Gconnect@dcd.gov.ae before January 12th, 2022.