Fire safety, guidance & legislation at FIREX: 2-4 December 2024

Get ready for 2024!

Europe’s leading event for the fire safety industry

FIREX International is your chance to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and legislation within the fire and life safety industry. Come together with the fire safety community to source hundreds of solutions across passive fire protection, fire prevention and detection, sprinkler and suppression systems, emergency lighting and much more.

The next FIREX exhibition will take place on 2-4 December 2024 at ExCeL London. Find out more here >>

4 industry shows. 1 free ticket.

Your free ticket unlocks access to three additional co-located events…

  • Reconnect with the entire facilities management supply chain, share expertise at the Smart Building Immersive Experience and explore solutions for making facilities management more sustainable at the Facilities Show.
  • Discover solutions to combat safety risks in your workplace, benefit from in-show discounts and keep up to date with mental health initiatives at Europe’s best dedicated health and safety event, Safety & Health Expo
  • Source products across integrated systems, intruder alarms, IT security, access control and more at the integrated security exhibition, IFSEC
IFSEC International FIREX International Safety and Health Expo Facilities Show Intelligent Building Europe

Read the latest articles, insight and announcements from FIREX:

“I’ve spent three years fighting for the right to escape from a burning building” – What’s next for PEEPs?

At this year’s FIREX, attendees heard what PEEPs bad practice and good practice looks like in reality – and where next for the debate?

Don’t forget low-rise fire risks, FIREX attendees told

Lakanal revisited, competence ‘myth’ busted and residents’ circumstances flagged as vital to fire risk assessments on the first day of […]

What’s on at FIREX today?

We outline some of the key events and seminar presentations taking place today during FIREX 2023 at London’s ExCeL!

Building Safety Regulator warns duty holders to act now

Those who design, plan, manage and undertake building work need to act now to stay on the right side of the law, says the Building Safety Programme Lead.