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Managing Editor, IFSEC Insider

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James Moore is the Managing Editor of IFSEC Insider, the leading online publication for security and fire news in the industry. James writes, commissions, edits and produces content for IFSEC Insider, including articles, breaking news stories and exclusive industry reports. He liaises and speaks with leading industry figures, vendors and associations to ensure security and fire professionals remain abreast of all the latest developments in the sector.
March 29, 2023

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IFSEC Insider’s Annual Fire Safety Report 2023 – Is the industry ready to embrace a new safety culture?

Read IFSEC Insider’s Annual Fire Safety Report for 2023, as we look at what’s changed in the last year and what’s on the horizon for the fire safety sector.

This year’s report features all the top news and prosecutions stories from around the industry in 2022, as well as covering key legislation and new standards, such as the Fire Safety Regulations that came into force on 23 January 2023 and BS 8644-1.

After several years of waiting, industry now has two key pieces of legislation passed through parliament – so what does this progress mean? Legislation will not solve everything, so there is plenty more for the sector to still do.

Meanwhile, there are new challenges to tackle. We explore developing topics of debate, such as the impact of lithium-ion battery fires and how the sustainability and fire safety agendas can work together in the built environment.

All this and more is covered in this year’s free and interactive eBook.

Simply click on the interactive image to the right (or below if on mobile) to open the eBook and complete the short form within to navigate through its chapters.  

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Chapters

  1. Editor’s foreword
  2. Fire Safety Regulations 2022 – What are the new responsibilities?
  3. The digital management of fire safety information – an overview of BS 8644-1
  4. Lithium-ion battery fires – A new fire safety risk?
  5. Evacuation of disabled people – What are the existing legal liabilities responsible persons and fire safety professionals must consider?
  6. Interview: Andy Frankum, Chair of the National Social Housing Fire Strategy Group
  7. Are the sustainability and fire safety agendas compatible?
  8. News and prosecutions round-up
  9. IFSEC Global Influencers in Fire Safety 2022

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