FPA launches ‘Assembly Point’ – a brand new podcast on fire safety in the UK

The UK’s national fire safety organisation, the Fire Protection Association (FPA), is today launching a brand-new monthly podcast analysing the important issues surrounding fire safety in the UK. The podcast, Assembly Point, will be a place where those shaping fire…

New PDF edition of the LPC Sprinkler Rules launched by the Fire Protection Association

The Fire Protection Association has launched a new PDF edition of the LPC Sprinkler Rules manual which can be used on iPads and tablet devices, as well as on laptops and computers. The PDF edition reproduces the entire contents of…

Building in Bushfire Prone Areas, Considerations for Construction

Australians have a fundamental connection to the bush. Much of our cultural folklore surrounds Australia’s beautiful bushland areas. It is of little surprise then that many of us share a desire to build our dream home in such an area.…

FPA Australia Gold Coast Conference

The Fire Australia Conference 2015, held on Queensland’s Gold Coast March 25 and 26, has set a new benchmark for excellence. The Conference set new records in the history of the event, including most sponsors, most exhibitors, most delegates and,…

Revision to Australian Fire Protection Association’s Fire Systems Design accreditation

FPA Australia is advising all members of an important revision to our planned roll out of FPAS “Fire Systems Design” class of accreditation. This class of accreditation will launch with Trainee (transitional) and Experienced (transitional) pathways, with the Qualified Accreditation…

FPA Australia Issues Foams Information Bulletin

FPA Australia, which aims to promote the protection of life, property and the environment from fire and related emergencies, has released an important information bulletin on the selection and use of firefighting foams. The environmental acceptability of different firefighting foam…

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