Getting interactive with the ASFP
30 May 2013
The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) will highlight the devastating impact of fire, explain fire safety legislation and show how it can help those involved in the fire safety of buildings at Firex International, at Birmingham's NEC from 13-16 May. The ASFP'S stand, featuring a 12m2 video screen, will be the focal point of the ASFP Passive Fire Protection Zone.
Displays will focus on education, with the ASFP showcasing a new range of tools aimed at improving understanding of passive fire protection and assisting with the fire risk assessment process. These tools include an Android-based fire risk assessment app, as well as several new online video modules.
A new industry training scheme for passive fire protection, which is due to be piloted in late 2013, will be introduced and the ASFP will offer a range of seminar sessions to discuss issues affecting the fire safety of buildings.