The Fire Safety Event to Reunite 9500+ Professionals at the NEC, Birmingham

The Fire Safety Event will open its doors at the NEC, Birmingham, from 30th April to 2nd May and will play host to leading manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their latest approved products and solutions.

NEC, Birmingam

30 April - 2 May 2024


Dedicated to supporting industry practitioners, professionals and organisations in achieving and maintaining the very highest standards of fire safety management.

One of the UK’s largest showcases of exhibitors and supporters

With over 175 exhibitors participating at the show, some of the industry’s leading brands – including: Apollo, Checkmate Fire, Plus+ Group, Sentry Doors, TOA and many more – will be showcasing their latest research and development, product and solution launches and live demonstrations.

A number of key association and industry bodies will be supporting the Fire Safety Event and will be on hand to offer guidance and expert advice to visitors. These include the Association for Specialist Fire Protection, National Association of Healthcare Fire Officers, Fire Protection Association, Smoke Control Association, Institute of Fire Safety Managers, Institution of Fire Engineers, BAFE and ECA/FSA and more.

Unmissable CPD-accredited conference theatres

Education is at the heart of the Fire Safety Event. Boasting three industry-led theatres and offering 45+ hours of free-to-attend CPD content, this is the perfect opportunity for visitors to gain direct insight into improving, maintaining and championing fire safety for all businesses.

The Passive Fire Conference, in partnership with the Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP), will cover passive fire protection topics and various fire safety measures in the built environment. Hear from the experts and get essential advice on specification, installation, inspection and maintenance.

The Innovation & Compliance Theatre will showcase presentations on the important industry updates and guidance for practitioners and business owners. With a focus on standards, regulations and industry best practice, these sessions will be vital to ensure businesses remain compliant and are best equipped to meet the needs of their clients.

New for 2024, the Fire Safety Leaders Summit, sponsored by RiskBase, will feature a line up of leading industry experts and keynotes; get the insight and expertise on best practice, regulatory updates and topical areas impacting the fire safety sector.

Networking opportunities

To facilitate more networking and build new contacts, there will also be networking receptions taking place at the end of each show day. Visitors, exhibitors and partners are invited to unwind and recoup from their day in an informal setting with complimentary drinks.

One of the largest UK tradeshows dedicated to the protection of people, places and assets

The Fire Safety Event is uniquely co-located with the Security Event, the Health & Safety Event, the Workplace Event and the National Cyber Security Show which, together, form the Safety and Security Series. With only one registration, delegates have access to all shows, making this one unmissable opportunity.

Additionally, the events offer free parking on site at the NEC. This will further enforce the fact that the NEC is the most accessible venue for any event in the fire and security sector, with a train station and airport on the side and the venue adjacent to the M42 motorway.

For more information or to register for your free pass, visit the website now.

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