Alarm fatigue in the UAE

Experts have frequently warned of a ‘cry wolf’ attitude towards fire alarms in the UAE, and with one out of three GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) residents who ignore fire alarms coming from the UAE, is the country suffering from alarm…

Master renovation program ongoing at AFSSAC

Established in 1984 the Arab Fire Safety & Security Academy (AFSSAC) in Jeddah was the first private sector fire training institute in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the region under the supervision of the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation…

Nimbus Mobile ensures testing meets the standard every time

A nationwide provider of fire protection services has made Nimbus Mobile an integral part of the way it does business, by using it to provide evidence of compliance with system testing requirements for internal audits and key clients. All fire…

Talentum Flame Detectors installed at Liverpool Docks

With such a large presence of combustible material in one place the biomass conveyor required a fire detection system that could quickly and efficiently detect fires. The FFE Talentum IR3 was chosen as the ideal detector for this environment due…

Protecting critical assets at Kuwait University

Despite the effectiveness of halons in suppressing fire, the 1987 Montreal Protocol prompted stringent measures to phase out production and use of halon due to its high ozone depletion potential. Like other countries complying with the Montreal Protocol, Kuwait banned…

Honeywell – Best of breed technology is used at Stallion AI Services

Equine artificial insemination (AI) is becoming increasingly commonplace as a way to breed high calibre horses, and leading the way in this field is Stallion AI Services. When the company moved to its new state-of-the-art premises, fire detection technology from…

AMERICAN – Products used in expansion of one of the world’s wonders

The Panama Canal is among the Seven Modern Wonders of the World, with about 14,000 cargo ships passing through its locks each year. In 2016, this “Colossal Wonder” grew as a third set of locks opened on the canal, and…

Protecting critical assets at Kuwait University

Despite the effectiveness of halons in suppressing fire, the 1987 Montreal Protocol prompted stringent measures to phase out production and use of halon due to its high ozone depletion potential. Like other countries complying with the Montreal Protocol, Kuwait banned…


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