It seems hard to believe that it’s been almost 6 years since we launched Gulf Fire – where has the time gone?
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 sixteen articles from the industry’s leading professionals, we are sure that you will find this issue interesting and informative. Look out for the fascinating Special Report from Warringtonfire’s Peter Stephenson looking at ‘The role of the expert witness’.
Bob Gliem takes a look at the issue of training and development during the current COVID-19 situation in his article ‘Training during and after the pandemic: what some feel may be the new norm’, Steve Williams gives us an insight into cabling issues in his feature ‘Understanding fire-resistant cables and saving lives in real-life fire scenarios’ and Scott Starr gives provides a standards update with ‘Bus fire system requirements: what’s been happening since the introduction of UNECE R107?’.
We hope you enjoy this edition – the October issue will mark the six year anniversary for Gulf Fire and we will have some exciting news in relation to an event we are planning in early 2022 to celebrate the ongoing development of Gulf Fire.
Stay safe and take care.
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Reece Buchner, Iain Evans, Bob Gliem, Donna Hazzledine, Manfred Kihn, Karel Lambert, Gert-Jan Langerak, Mike Puzzanghera, Andy Starnes, Scott Starr, Peter Stephenson, Philip Tasker, Mark Taylor, Alain Tieu, Steve Watkins, Steve Williams, Fritz Zimmermann