Hochiki Europe unveils key detail underpinning life safety webinar series

Hochiki Europe is launching a new series of accredited webinars to support those working with life safety and moisture detection systems. The educational seminars will be Continuing Professional Development (CPD)-accredited and hosted by Hochiki experts. Scheduled to run from December 2019 until March 2020, the webinars will cover a range of vitally important topics for specifiers, installers, facilities managers and consultants.

The first webinar in the series will focus on the importance of moisture detection and the implicated costs this has for the insurance industry when properties go unprotected. Continuing to answer the industry’s most pressing subjects, future topics will discuss grey areas when it comes to current multi-sensor accreditation, as well as ensuring Best Practice for life safety solutions in schools and hospitals.

Paul Adams, marketing manager at Hochiki Europe, informed Risk Xtra: “These sessions are free to attend and will offer technical guidance on some of the most important challenges in life safety. Our last seminar, which focused on updates to emergency lighting legislation, proved to be extremely popular. If they’re looking for support and expertise that will help them to make more informed decisions on behalf of their host organisation when dealing with life safety systems, the readers of Risk Xtra contact us as soon as possible.”

*To reserve places on any of the webinars, e-mail hochikieurope@tangerinecomms.com for further information

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