The IOSH Fire Risk Management Section (FRMS) is hosting an information evening.
Our MD John Comey will be giving an introductory overview of IS218:2013 Certification of Fire Alarm Systems and IS3217:2013 Certification of Emergency Lighting systems
This is an IOSH event but is open to non-IOSH members provided they have booked a place.
Attendance at this event will give you a greater understanding of certification IS3218:2013 Fire Alarm Systems and IS3217:2013 Emergency Lighting systems.
We think that attendance would benefit -
• Service Engineers
• Facilites Managers
• Fire Safety Managers
• FRMS Members
• IOSH Members
• Fire Safety Consultants
• Health and Safety Consultants
• Emergency lighting and fire alarm system installers.
Ashling Hotel Parkgate Street Dublin 8 ROI
John Comey is the Managing Director of Comsec Protection Systems and has 20 years’ experience in the life safety systems industry. He holds an M.Sc in Fire Safety engineering from the University of Ulster and M.Eng. and B.Eng degrees from DCU in Electronic Engineering. His broad knowledgebase means that he acts as a designer and consultant to both the public and private sector.
He has a particular interest in large scale life protection systems for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. John is passionate about raising the standards in the fire protection industry and has been actively working in that regard for almost a decade.
For information or to book your place call Brendan Comey 01-8853008 or email email@example.com
The IOSH Fire Risk Management Section (FRMS) provides a forum for exchanging ideas and experiences across a wide cross-section of stakeholders in the fire sector and facilitates networking among professionals.
Our aims are:-
To raise the profile of IOSH through the FRMS by encouraging fire sector professionals to come together and share experiences
To increase the membership
To provide support to the Ireland Branch, to members and/or affiliates
To provide articles for publication on the IOSH website and to promote the FRMSS through information and/or articles in SHP, Health and Safety Review, and other Fire publications
To respond to relevant consultative documents as and when required
To harness the committee's multidisciplinary expertise for the benefit of our members
To be vigilant in relation to developments in fire risk management
To develop links with Fire Services, the Chief Fire Officers' Association, the Health and Safety Authority, the Institute of Fire Engineers and enforcing authorities
To organise conferences on fire-related topics and networking for attendees that can help members' Continuing Professional Development.