Middle East Fire Safe dates set
UAE, August 18, 2011
The Second Annual Middle East Fire Safe conference will act as a platform for industry leaders and government representatives to discuss crucial insights and strategies into fire safety.
Key technology/solution providers will present their state-of-the-art products in the field of fire fighting and suppression, at the conference which is to take place from September 26 to 28 at the Habtoor Grand Resort and Spa.
Fleming Gulf Conferences, with the support of the Department of Civil Defense-Dubai, is organising the conference for the second time, following the success of its inaugural event last year.
Around 20 presentations and case studies will provide a perfect balance for discussing imperative issues in fire suppression, prevention and the response from technological perspective to those concerns.
The inaugural address will be given by major general Rashed Thani Al Matroushi, director general, Dubai Civil Defense along with a faculty of industry experts namely Gary Dobson, London Fire Brigade, director-operational policy and training, Dr Taufik Omeish, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, senior manager- Health and Safety Executive(HSE), John Boyce, BAA, head of Fire-Technical Standards and Assurance and Abdulaziz Hussni Zurub, Abu Dhabi Municipality, HSE manager, to address the audience consisting of over 150 global C level executives.
The forum will house leading technology providers such as Tyco Fire and Security, Advance Air Solution, Fire Eater A/S, Al Jazeera Paints, Jotun, Agnice, City Properties, Prysmian Group, Minimax, Seacor and SensIT Technologies. - TradeArabia News Service
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