Global fire and life safety company, Advanced, has appointed a new business manager to support the growth of its emergency lighting business.
Defra have now confirmed that from the end of 2020, most retailers will be required to provide in-store WEEE takeback. The new requirement will apply to all retailers and wholesalers with annual sales of electrical items above £100,000.
Aico, the market leader in domestic Fire and Carbon Monoxide protection, has launched the SmartLINK Gateway, the Ei1000G. This is a first in asset management and compliance, providing full visibility and remote whole system monitoring of Aico Fire and Carbon Monoxide alarm systems.
As with all our products the Electro-wind bespoke range can be supplied quickly to meet the needs of our customers fully marked with the UL approval Logo.
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A recent survey of 1,000 tradespeople by insurance company, Simply Business, uncovered some shocking statistics about tool thefts and tool thefts from vans. It found 1 in 3 have had tools stolen, proving extremely costly and many having to cope with the worrying loss of earnings.
The Essentra Components range of high quality, low cost terminals are now available at an even lower, specially reduced cost up to 50% discount.
Securing a private or public building is a complex issue. From Access Control systems to intruder alarms and CCTVs, many solutions are available for businesses and individuals to secure their premises.
Two outstanding individuals from the fire, emergency and security industry have been recognised by the Fire & Security Association (FSA) for changing the sector for the better at this year’s IFSEC Awards.
Electric cars have been around for more than a century, so why is it that they are just starting to become a driving force in the car industry?