UK – Firetrace International – a manufacturer of fire suppression solutions for commercial, industrial, government and military applications – has achieved FM approval for its advanced E4 engineered clean agent total flooding system. E4 obtained was approved for its high-performance 500 PSI/35 bar 3M Novec 1230 systems. FM Approval
BELGIUM – Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, met the US secretary of state John Kerry in Brussels where the two diplomats discussed ways to counter terrorism. Sheikh Abdullah led the UAE delegation to the GCC-EU summit held in the Belgian capital,
Brazil is revising its plans for the Olympics, prompted by the attack in Nice, France. Extra security measures are likely as police run simulations throughout the city. CCTV America’s Lucrecia Franco has more from Rio.
KSA – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is set to host a Safety Design in Buildings (SDiB) conference in Riyadh this August – taking place at the Holiday Inn Riyadh – Izdihar, SDiB is the leading debating platform for safety and fire professionals in the construction industry.
GERMANY – Attacks such as the one in a Munich shopping mall and at a nearby McDonald’s Friday may lead mall owners to increase their security or even persuade global brands to focus expansion plans on the U.S. rather than Europe. Retail industry experts also said that
UAE – International Travel Week – Abu Dhabi will officially host the inaugural World Halal Tourism Summit Ministerial Forum World Dialogue this November, with a big focus on safety and security in the tourism industry. Now in its second year, The World Halal Tourism Summit brings together
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WE HAVE reached the mid-way point of 2016, and from a security industry point of view it seems the need for improved technology and better integrated systems is only going to increase – if the daily global news reports are anything to go by. In the
Police continued to secure the Promenade des Anglais in Nice on Friday, following the attack that killed at least 84 people along the famous street that backs onto the waterfront.