Event details

Join this webinar to discover how sustainability is reshaping the fire safety industry. 

We'll explore the core principles of sustainability and its driving factors, with a focus on practical steps for making fire detectors and alarm systems more environmentally responsible. 

We’ll talk about responsible sourcing, carbon management, circular economy practices, and material compliance. We’ll also discuss ‘What is greenwashing?’ and share how you can look out for it.

Join us for this session and be part of the conversation that's pushing the industry toward a greener, more sustainable future.

All attendees will receive a CPD certificate.

Please note by registering you agree to be contacted by the organiser (Western Business Media Ltd) and the event sponsor.

If you have any issues registering contact us on marketing@westernbusiness.media or call on
01342 314 300 

Brian Sims

Brian Sims


Western Business Media

Brian has served as the Editor of Security Matters since March 2020 having previously occupied the same role for two other titles (namely Security Management Today and Risk UK) at, respectively, UBM and Pro-Activ Publications. Joining the world of security journalism back in 2000 after a decade of writing for an engineering title (ie Building Services Journal, the official journal of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers), Brian – who’s an Honours graduate of the University of Liverpool – has since won several industry awards, among them the British Security Industry Association’s Chairman’s Award for ‘Promoting The Security Industry’ and the Skills for Security Special Award for an ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Security Business Sector’. Further, he has twice been a nominated finalist for the prestigious George van Schalkwyk Award bestowed by The Security Institute, an organisation of which he is an Honorary Fellow.
Vicki Wells

Vicki Wells

Sustainability Manager

Apollo Fire Detectors


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