This issue is packed full of in-depth and interesting editorial, from the latest industry news and product announcements as well as specialist feature articles, it is certainly a must read.
With eleven articles from the industries leading professionals, we are sure that you will find this issue interesting and informative. Look out for the special report on the recent Safety Design in Buildings conference held in Jeddah where Gulf Fire took the opportunity to catch up with Ali Mokhtar, President of Safety Engineering Chapter at Saudi Council of Engineers.
Craig Shelley and Sue Tarantino present the final part of their three-part article entitled ‘Petroleum storage tank facilities’, Neil Wallington looks at ‘Smart monitoring for homes in Dubai’ in the Dubai Civil Defence update and Bob Glendenning provides a detailed look into the need for supply chain collaboration for fire protection with his article ‘Best practice is the only way.’
We hope you enjoy this edition – the October issue will include some exciting news in relation to the ongoing development of Gulf Fire.
Today’s advanced fire and gas detectors and system controllers include special features for safe and effective operation in harsh and remote environments.
See special feature on page 26. Image courtesy of Det-Tronics.
Dr. Richard B. Gasaway, Bob Glendenning, Griff Mason, Aaron Paterson, Mariusz Rosa, Craig H. Shelley, Roger Startin, Peter Stephenson, Nikola Stoyanov, Sue Tarantino, Daniel White, Sören Wittmann, Jifeng Yuan.