Having grown revenues by 51% (YOY), Mick George Environmental received some more welcome news from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to kick-start 2019.
Reading and understanding standards and codes of practice is the fire industry professional’s bread and butter – but sometimes there are issues.
Trends within the fire industry point to uncertainty, the FIA discusses the issues of rising costs and a component shortage in the wake of recent events
With the introduction of the new fire detection and alarm systems qualifications, The FIA give you some facts. Sit back, you might just learn something.
The Foundation unit of the new FIA Fire Detection & Alarm qualifications have got off to a successful early start, giving positive feedback.
Following the announcement to remove gauze mats due to risk, Mick George Environmental will be offering asbestos collections from education facilities.
New FIA member numbers are rapidly increasing month-on-month, following new qualifications in fire detection and alarm systems.
When servicing fire extinguishers, can you use generic parts or should you buy from the manufacturer? Here the FIA answers the question.
The Fire Industry Association will be giving two free seminars on the topic of fire detection and alarm systems at the FIM Expo in October 2018
The FIA launches the Health & Safety and the Environmental units from their qualification pathway, which are now available online.
Learners attending the FIA’s Advanced Installer beta course are the first candidates to achieve a qualification in Fire Detection and Alarm Installation.
Servicing fire extinguishers? Can you use generic parts or should you buy from the manufacturer? The Fire Industry Association sheds some light on BS 5306-9:2015
Paul Nathanail, managing director of Land Quality Management Ltd discusses a group of contaminants, including PFAS, causing worldwide concern.
The Fire Industry Association launches the Health & Safety unit plus the Environmental unit as their courses continue to expand