On behalf of the EFSN and its members I would like to express our shock and sadness at the terrible damage fire has done to the Cathedrale of Notre Dame de Paris, one of the world's most famous and culturally
In 2018 Norway saw 22% growth in its sprinkler market, with 870,000 sprinklers shipped. 26% were residential sprinklers. A public information video is helping to support the development of this market. Here it is in English: Norwegian residential sprinkler video.
Tecnifuego, the Spanish fire trades association and EFSN member, has published a press release about Spanish fire losses. Conducted by the Spanish Insurance Association UNESPA, the data shows that 184 people died, of whom 144 in the home, an increase
An Australian judge has ruled that the owners of a building badly damaged by fire should receive most of their $AUS 12.7 million claim, with 39% to come from the fire engineer, 35% from the certifier and 25% from the
French media report that 10 people died in a fire in Paris on 5th February. The fire was started intentionally and spread to several floors of the eight-storey building. Firefighters rescued over 50 people but 30 people were injured, including
La industria y el conocimiento, en definitiva, los mayores expertos en rociadores automáticos del mundo, se darán cita en Madrid el próximo 27 de marzo, en un congreso técnico donde se aportarán las claves de la tecnología y el futuro
More than a year and a half after the Grenfell Tower disaster, the British Government has launched a call for evidence to review ifs fire safety regulatory guidance. See AD B Review. The process in the past has taken three
The Australian Building Codes Board has announced that from May 2019 it will require sprinklers in apartment buildings of four storeys or more. Currently the height threshold for sprinklers is 25m. At the same time, Australia is introducing national standards