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Your badge will be emailed to the email address provided when registering. Please print this badge and bring it with you when you
arrive. Do check your junk mail. If you haven’t received it, please visit the registration help desk.
Nope! If you’ve registered for one of the shows, your badge gives you free access to all five co-located shows – Safety & Health Expo, IFSEC, FIREX, Facilities Show & Intelligent Building Europe. Pick and choose seminar sessions across any show, network and meet with hundreds more suppliers across the show floors.
No, this is a trade event and as such, anyone under the age of 16 is strictly prohibited including during build-up, the open days and breakdown of the exhibition. No alternative facilities will be provided.
You’ll find the marketing guide in the Exhibitor Zone, which gives helpful info, tools, and assets to help you maximise your investment. For anything else, you can contact our PR team at [email protected].
British law has always been very strict about who can own or move firearms, ammunition and explosives but the rules are now even more stringent in light of the heightened risk of terrorism. All firearms and explosives must be licensed and there is a total ban on offensive weapons such as knuckle-dusters and flick knives.
It is also against the law to import:
High voltage electric ‘stun guns’.
Pepper sprays, CS gas canisters and other self-defence sprays.
High-powered air rifles.
Martial Arts weapons such as death stars and sword sticks.
Knives that have a concealed blade.
You may bring component parts of firearms into the country unless you have a licence for the weapon for which the parts are intended as components may be put to illegal uses.
All firearms must have a police shotgun licence or firearm certificate.
Please do not attempt to bring any of the above-mentioned products to the show. Failure to heed this warning will result in immediate expulsion from the show and possible prosecution.
Supporting the global security community for over 50 Years, The IFSEC Security Event is the perfect place to connect face-to-face with the entire security supply chain. Network with international companies across access control, video surveillance, perimeter protection, cyber security, and more.