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  • 9 Nov 2017

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22nd November, 11am… a note for your diaries, as C-TEC’s ‘Hush Those False Alarms’ webinar goes live!

With fire protection in flats and apartments making the news for the wrong reasons, this live CPD-certified session is an ideal chance to get educated on the current solutions available for reducing false alarms in houses in multiple occuation and other areas by using mixed, conventional and hush systems.

Also looked at is how C-TEC’s BS 5839-6 Hush Button fire alarm solution is aiding landlords and building managers to better protect their properties, whilst guaranteeing compliance with all the crucial standards and regulations.

Andy Green, CTEC’s Marketing Manager and one of the webinar’s hosts, commented: “This CPD-certified event is an absolute must-see for anyone who would like to know more about reducing false alarms and enhancing fire detection in houses of multiple occupation.

“We’ll also be hosting a live 20 minute Q&A at the end of the session.”

To register, click http://www.workcast.com/register?cpak=5778363449402747&referrer=WCTEC

 

C-TEC,
Challenge Way,
Martland Park,
Wigan,
WN5 0LD,
UK,
Phone +44 (0) 1942 322744
Fax +44 (0) 1942 829867

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