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October 15, 2021

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The Video Surveillance Report 2022

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ASFP launches new industry magazine

The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) is set to launch a new magazine to update both its members and the wider fire, design and construction sectors, with the latest news of ASFP activities, and to report and comment on issues relating to the passive fire protection industry. 

The new magazine, Ignite, will be released three times each year, the first edition is scheduled for publication in November/December, and will be distributed at the Association’s Awards Lunch on 26 November. The edition will include full details of the shortlisted nominees, as well as a round-up of industry news, training and technical updates, and event reviews. Each issue will also feature ‘member spotlights’, which highlight key products and/or services supplied by ASFP members.

The magazine will be distributed electronically to the ASFP’s e-bulletin subscribers, while member contacts will also receive a printed hard copy.

Announcing the news, ASFP CEO Steve Davies says: The ASFP is always looking for new ways to reach out to its members and others who are interested in receiving news about the passive fire protection sector. This new magazine will allow us to showcase the professional services the Association offers, while also highlighting the skills and dedication of our members.

“We hope the magazine will serve to ‘ignite’ greater interest and understanding of the passive fire protection sector and  broaden our reach and voice throughout the fire, design and construction supply chain.”

For further information on the ASFP, click here.


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