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The February 2024 Edition of International Fire and Safety Journal is OUT NOW!

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Editor’s Note:

Hello and welcome to the February 2024 Edition of International Fire and Safety Journal.

Our Head to Head feature this month delves into LION’s groundbreaking initiative—a comprehensive cost calculation tool for fire safety training centres. This tool, masterminded by Arnaud Lefebvre, the Sales and Marketing Director at LION, is a game-changer, enabling training centres to evaluate the total cost of ownership of their facilities efficiently. Lefebvre reveals the intricacies of this new calculation tool and discusses the promising future of firefighter training with LION’s New Fire Technology Training (NFTT).

In our Special Report, produced in partnership with Streamlight, we explore the technological advancements in emergency lighting. Donato Sasso, Streamlight’s Director of International Business Development, offers his expertise on the evolution of emergency lighting systems. From basic, functional units to state-of-the-art designs, this report underscores the industry’s commitment to improving operational efficiency and safety in high-stress environments.

For our Expert Insight section, I spoke to Avene Furness, Founder and Managing Director of Chute Fire Certification UK. Furness shares her unique journey being a woman in the fire safety industry, reflecting on her diverse experience in sales and her plan to venture beyond their current specialisation in refurbishing chutes to tackling more new installation projects

We hear from experts in the field of Rural Firefighting looking at the potential of mesh networking in aiding first responders during emergencies and innovative approaches in advanced fire-retardant technology in combating wildfire.

Also in this month’s issue we look at Fire Protection with deep dives into the progression of fire curtains, breathing apparatus, PPE and flame management in construction. Our New Technology segment features cutting-edge developments from Drax Technologies and Holmatro and our Last Word is from Patrick Schwobe, Principal Engineer at TLX Fire & Security, who tells all about the Liquid Level Sensor.

Finally, on a personal note, it was great to catch up with so many of you at Intersec this year. Stay tuned to our LinkedIn page for exciting post-show content to come!

Enjoy the magazine!

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