ASSA ABLOY UK is set to highlight its British brands and expertise in fire door inspections at a House of Commons exhibition next month.
The ‘Made in the Black Country’ event on 1st November will see local businesses demonstrate their latest products and expertise.
ASSA ABLOY is planning to raise awareness about the importance of fire door inspections and encourage the government to consider mandatory fire door inspections and maintenance.
Brian Sofley, Managing Director at ASSA ABLOY Security Doors, explains: “Fire doors save lives, and it is absolutely critical that they are operating correctly at all times. We will be raising awareness of this important issue at this event, discussing the current challenges with MPs and considering how this can be overcome.”
ASSA ABLOY has also established a new LinkedIn group – ‘Its’ Time To Talk About Fire Doors’ – to provide a forum for the issue.
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