CPD webinar set to raise awareness on benefits of multi-sensor technology

Life safety systems developer Hochiki Europe is set to host a Continuing Professional Development (CPD)-accredited webinar at 2.00 pm on Thursday 5 March focusing on the benefits of multi-sensors and the importance of understanding the most appropriate accreditation for this technology. The free-to-attend session will provide unmissable insights and guidance for facility managers/end users, specifiers, installers and insurance consultants looking to reduce risk and ensure safety, security and compliance.

Traditional multi-sensors are most commonly used to detect heat and smoke simultaneously. However, the webinar will outline the capabilities of an advanced multi-sensor and how such a solution can result in better efficiencies and safety for commercial properties. The session will also explain current difficulties surrounding multi-sensor accreditation, as well as outlining the importance of appropriate accreditation.

Paul Adams, marketing manager at Hochiki Europe, said: “The all-round protection offered by multi-sensors makes them one of the most advanced forms of life safety detection technology. However, to ensure that the right product is specified, installers and specifiers need to be aware of the differences between traditional and more advanced multi-sensors and issues surrounding accreditation.”

Adams continued: “This hour-long session costs nothing but time, while the knowledge provided could prove to be invaluable for attendees. There will also be a Q&A at the end for attendees to have their questions answered by our experts. Our last seminar, which focused on Best Practice in water leak detection, was hugely popular. Places are limited, so if you’re looking for support and expertise that will help you to make more informed decisions, sign up as soon as possible.”

*To reserve your place on the multi-sensor webinar register here:  https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8682719484556417037

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