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FSA to celebrate 10th anniversary with free drinks reception

IFSEC 2017 In addition to a free drinks reception at its stand, the Fire & Security Association (FSA) will also be presenting a smart technology-focused seminar, during the show. Fire and security business representatives are invited to attend the FSA s 10th birthday celebrations at the IFSEC and FIREX International conference taking place next month. The FSA will be hosting a free drinks reception on its stand, number C230, which is within the FIREX area, on Wednesday 21 June from 5-7pm.

Speeches will be given by the FSA s chairman, Pat Allen, and head of the FSA, Steve Martin, on the trade body s achievements since its formation in 2007. Martin will also give a talk titled Connected buildings disconnected people? on Thursday 22 June at 2pm, focusing on the commercial and social opportunities associated with smart technology. Martin said: IFSEC and FIREX International is undoubtedly one of the biggest occasions on the fire and security calendar. The FSA is delighted to be celebrating our tenth birthday at this year s show and we look forward to welcoming attendees to the FSA stand to recognise our achievements. He hopes the seminar on the commercial opportunities associated with smart technology provides engineers and installers with new ideas on how to grow and diversify their businesses. IFSEC and its sister event FIREX International are being held from Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 June at ExCeL London. Visit FIREX International for cutting-edge solutions, essential knowledge and the ability to grow your business by getting direct access to the whole fire safety industry. It is the perfect place to get your product in front of thousands of buyers, across a multitude of featured areas.

From the brand new Drone Zone, the ARC Village, ASFP Passive Protection Zone, the Engineers of Tomorrow competition and more, it s all under one roof so you ll never miss a beat.

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Axis launches explosion-protected temperature alarm cameras: XF40-Q2901, XF60-Q2901 and XP40-Q1942

Critical national infrastructure AXIS XF60-Q2901 Axis Communications has launched three explosion-protected, temperature alarm and thermal network cameras for sensitive industrial areas: the XF40-Q2901, XF60-Q2901 and XP40-Q1942. Sectors/verticals Operators of industrial plants can monitor remote, inaccessible and sensitive areas for rapid incident response and protection of employees, machinery and critical industrial infrastructure. Features Fixed XF40-Q2901/XF60-Q2901 explosion-protected temperature alarm cameras Control and detect temperatures of equipment Identify pipe leaks Detect fire Monitor equipment Perimeter protection Visually inspect and verify functions and processes are running correctly Provide remote assistance with planned maintenance Pan/tilt XP40-Q1942 explosion-protected PT thermal network camera Detection of people in restricted areas and safety of personnel in hazardous areas Supports Electronic image stabilization, which greatly improves video quality in situations where a camera is subject to vibrations, providing smooth and comfortable live viewing Supports Axis Zipstream technology, which lowers bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising thermal imaging.

Integration Based on industry standards and open protocols, and protected in heavy-duty enclosure, the new cameras seamlessly integrate with existing Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) architectures, complementing with thermal technology. Compliance Axis explosion-protected thermal cameras and temperature alarm cameras offer worldwide certifications, meaning that the cameras are compliant with specific country regulations across the globe. Axis Communications says Industrial plant operators have a tremendously difficult task, says Martina Lundh, global product manager for thermal and explosion-protected cameras at Axis Communications. They need to ensure efficiency and continuity in large-scale, critical industrial processes, while meeting all health, safety and environmental regulations, across multiple locations and, often, across huge areas. Our new cameras deliver critical real-time information, allowing for immediate incident response which can prove to be a life-saving benefit. Availability The new explosion-protected cameras will be available through Axis distribution channels in May 2017. About Axis Communications Market leader in network video and pioneer in driving the shift from analogue to digital video surveillance. Axis offers network video solutions for professional installations featuring products and solutions based on innovative, open technical platforms. AXIS Communications collaborates with more than 65,000 partners in 179 countries, has employees in more than 40 countries and distributors in 70 countries.

Check out the latest thermal cameras and other surveillance solutions from Axis Communications at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find Axis on stand E1000. IFSEC is also launching Borders & Infrastructure Expo for its 2017 edition. Get your free badge now. Join other high-end security professionals at the launch of Borders & Infrastructure Expo In conjunction with Europe s most renowned security event , IFSEC International, B&I is addressing your critical needs for large scale security projects affecting national security, integrated systems, border protection and much more. You will have access to test the latest security innovations in; Physical & perimeter, Barriers & bollards, Command & control, Emergency response, Cyber solutions, Drones & UAVs, Transport security and much more. Click here to register your place now to join us at London Excel on 20 22 June 2017.

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Door Supervision – All Events Security Limited

At All Events Security we have enjoyed 15+ years of success in the security industry. During this time we have worked closely with private and corporate companies, supplying Door Supervisors to pubs, clubs, leisure centers and other enclosed venues all around the UK.

Here at All Events Security, all of our Door Supervisors hold a full SIA licence and have received training in customer service, physical intervention, first Aid and Health and Safety. The training that our Door Supervisors obtain is paramount to ensuring that your customers feel welcomed by friendly faces and have an enjoyable experience whilst at your venue. Our Door Supervision service is focused on providing friendly, approachable and highly trained staff to ensure the safety of your customers and the security of your premises. We can provide added value to you by offering our consultancy wherever needed and tailor our services to any of your specific needs. Every member of our security team at All Events Security has the ability to think on their feet effectively and efficiently which makes them invaluable to our company. Our head Door Supervisors will have NVQ level 2 Team Leading or NVQ level 3 in Management. Other key skills we work on with our Door Supervisors are customer service, powers of observation, strong communication and the ability to defuse potentially violent situations. Every member of our team are screened and vetted to BS 7858.

All Events Security LTD holds SIA approved contractor status for the provision of door supervision BS 7960. We have a smart and identifiable uniform so our team stands out from the public and other staff within the venue. This can be customized to the way our clients would like them to appear.

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ALR Cleaning Services

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You can trust ALR Cleaning Services to give a professional, flexible service to suit your individual requirements. Our aim is to ensure you have a clean, happy and relaxing home. We understand each client has different requirements and this is why we are flexible and will adjust our schedule to your specific needs for every visit if necessary. We ensure the cleaning service we provide is of the highest possible standard. We operate a secure key holding service. This means that whilst you are getting on with life we can clean and you can return home to a house that is spick and span. Our secure key holding service means that you can enjoy your cleaning service with peace of mind.

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ALR Cleaning Services is a small reliable family run business established in 2009 which is operated by myself and a small selection of family and close friends, to ensure a perfect, prompt and efficient service to cover your needs. This enables us to provide you with the same cleaner each week. We are fully DBS (police) checked, insured and risk free. Our goal is your satisfaction. Although based in Ellingham we are happy to cover the surrounding areas ranging from Worlingham, Loddon and surrounding areas; including all villages. If you are unsure please give me a call and I will be happy to discuss this with you.

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I have gained my NVQ 3 in childcare and child protection, plus many other qualifications for which certificates can be provided should you wish to view them please ask. I have experience of working with children from birth to 15 years. I am happy to do varied activities with them or help with transportation to and from clubs etc. Alternatively, I can carry out chores in the home during naps or quiet periods.

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Helium molecules and quantum physics: the future of surveillance storage, according to Seagate

Helium Molecules And Quantum Physics: The Future Of Surveillance Storage, According To Seagate

Unable to offer visual demonstrations, CCTV storage might seem prosaic and unglamorous compared to security hardware like 4K or thermal cameras or video analytics software. And yet, there s a strong argument that some of the industry s most exciting innovations are happening in this field. Given the ever-growing storage needs of modern CCTV systems, it s a case of needs must.

Veracity CEO Alastair McLeod recently pitched COLDSTORE, the company s sequential data storage system, to IFSEC Global readers. Now we bring you an equally fascinating Q&A with another giant of the industry, Seagate. Andrew Palmer, UK surveillance manager at the American data storage company, talks to IFSEC Global about the company s latest products, working with installers, the use of helium molecules to cram more data into the same drive, and even how quantum physics is now informing the innovation process. Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD 8TB.jpg IFSEC Global: Just to kick off, Andrew, have you got any new products out at the moment? Andrew Palmer: Since last year we ve launched the 8 terabyte version of our surveillance hard drive, which is the world s biggest surveillance hard drive that can be used in a RAID system. IG: What is RAID? AP: Very simply, rather than storing all the data in one location, it s a box that stores bits of data across five disks. So if one disk drive fails you have backup somewhere else. That ties nicely into our data integrity story.

Our drives are RAID-ready the only surveillance drives that are The drives are based on an enterprise-class platform, so it s the same drive that goes into Google. We can ensure the drive is robustly built for this highly intensive, enterprise environment. IG: Any other interesting products or services? With Rescue services, if the data goes wrong because of fire, flood, vandalism, accidental deletion we can get the data back around 96% of the time AP: Finally, we have Rescue Services, a value-added service you can add to the hard drive. You pay extra of course, but once you pay that one-off payment that s it. Rescue is all covered. What it means is that if the data goes wrong because of fire, flood, vandalism, accidental deletion we can get the data back around 96% of the time. That s good for an installer. It s something they can add to a maintenance contract, to sell as a service add a bit of value.

And differentiation when it s often hard to differentiate between one brand and another. embedded content IG: Any other help for installers and other partners? AP: We felt the traffic on Seagate s main website was very IT-biased. They weren t really answering the questions this physical security community was asking us. So we built, where we have all our data, our data books and sheets, lots of imagery and banners for websites the stuff you might need if you re in marketing. So whether you are specifying a system as a consultant or someone in marketing trying to sell something, you have all you need. Finally, we have lots of articles and features in there that you can deploy on your own website and promote your own SEO optimisation. In our 10 terabyte desktop and enterprise drives we are using helium inside a hermetically sealed box. Helium molecules are much smaller than air molecules, so less friction, less vibration IG: Higher resolutions and demand for data analytics means surveillance systems are incredibly storage needs AP: Here s the thing.

A camera has a lens. In one end goes light that converts to ones and zeros, which pump down the cable to an NVR or DVR, which lay it into the hard drive. Then on the other side you get some sort of video imagery on a screen with a control panel. That all relies on a hard drive. If a hard drive goes wrong for any reason, all the other stuff you ve invested in is redundant. So as an installer or integrator you ve failed the system. So we would say that although people might view the hard drive as a commodity item they can buy from eBay, you should put the same hard drive in that goes into a desktop PC. We would say the hard drive is the system. Then we come to data integrity, reliability, that sort of stuff.

That s what we re trying to educate the market to think about. As the industry progresses, we see a lot more uses for surveillance footage not just as security, but for this thing called big data. Although I don t think we re quite there yet, eventually they will start to make use of this stuff and add value to it. Of course another thing as well is that if you look at networked cameras sharing the same network as a phone system, a computer system, the enterprise planning system, the manufacturing system. Suddenly your customer is no longer the facility guy or security guy; it s the IT manager, who saying woah: this is my system, back up! So I think Seagate are well used to that environment. We re good partners to help with that conversation. Of course, what it does then is move the system from just a cost so I can just bid a pound lower to get the job to actually being an asset with a return. You can use that data, sell it on, broker it.

I think we re well placed to take advantage of that. IG: Is innovation particularly important in surveillance storage given the soaring rise in data demands? AP: The problem is the hard drive itself can only be a 3.5 inch disk platter. You can only get so many platters into a box that sticks into a standard size socket. So how do you cram more data on there? If you think about a laptop with 320GB, we re already selling 10 terabyte hard drives. We re already at the atomic level; data behaves differently. Quantum physics comes into it. Not to be too technical, but it changes behaviour.

So the innovation is that deep so we lay data onto a hard drive in many ways. In our 10 terabyte desktop and enterprise drives we are using helium inside a hermetically sealed box. Helium molecules are much smaller than air molecules, so less friction, less vibration. So you can move the platters closer together and therefore cram one more platter into the space. Because its thinner with less air resistance, it takes less power to run. IG: Can I just walk you back to a comment you made about quantum mechanics. There was something in the media recently about the prospect of a quantum computer that overturned the fundamental binary basis of computers A hard drive platter is very shiny, perfectly smooth on the top. On it are concentric grooves. On each groove, if I took a piece of paper, there are 1,200 grooves in that sort of space.

So you re talking extremely tiny tolerations. So think about manufacturing: you have this thing that flicks over spinning discs. That ticking noise you hear in the computer. That is an arm flying over the platter, reading and writing data to the platter. So it s got to go from zero to the place it will store data; it s got to settle and to start writing. And that groove is one 1200 th of that. That s the level of engineering we re at. That s why I say atomic level. And when you get down to the quantum level, atoms behave in ways that are unpredictable.

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Living in a Grade II-listed building in Kensington: not always as prestigious as it sounds fire-safety news round-up

A landlord has been fined 165,000 after a council inspection of a grade II-listed building in Kensington, London discovered overcrowded, unsafe conditions with no fire doors, smoke detectors. The misleadingly prestigious-sounding address of 36 Hyde Park Gate had been subdivided into several flats, with some rooms lacking electric light fittings in the ceiling. Instead, extension leads and wires were trailed through the property.

The gas boiler had not been serviced and had a cracked flue, Hammersmith Magistrates Court court also heard. So bad were conditions that environmental health officers issued a Prohibition Order to prevent further use of the flat. Officers found 18 people living in the large flat, which had been partitioned into small units with flimsy plasterboard, comprising 14 rooms in total. They were paying an average rent of 800 per month. Abbas Rasul and two companies of which he was director were fined a total of 162,000 and told to pay costs of 3,498. The 64-year-old was found guilty of failing to license a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) and 22 further charges under HMO Management Regulations at Hammersmith Magistrates Court. Rasul, Grosvenor Property Investments Ltd and London Victoria Estates Ltd were charged after environmental health officers from Kensington and Chelsea Council inspected Flat 3 in November last year following a complaint from a tenant. The court was told the property was one of three flats in the Grade II-listed building and had been poorly converted. On sentencing, the magistrates said: We have paid particular attention in our sentencing to the matters we deemed with overriding concern of potential immediate dangers, those being the fire safety hazards.

In coming to our decision we took into consideration there had been a lack of compliance over a considerable amount of time and an attempt to obstruct officers in their investigations. There is evidence of substantial disregard of their obligation to protect the tenants while they are living at the property. Six families, one house, zero fire alarms A landlord who crammed six families into a semi-detached house without a single fitted smoke alarm in the property has been fined nearly 7,500 Mohammed Mehdi Ali, of Barn Hill, Wembley didn t even have a licence for the property, which was built as a four-bedroom family home, Willesden Magistrates Court heard. A raid by council enforcement officers found 16 people living in the property, including at least six children. The tenants were sharing just one bathroom and two toilets between them. The landlord had failed to institute even basic fire safety measures, despite earning at least 2,300 a month in rent from the house. There were no smoke alarms nor fire doors. Ali, who did not attend court, was convicted of offences under the Housing Act 2004 and fined 6,000 and ordered to pay costs of 1,318 and a victim surcharge of 170 a total of Councillor Harbi Farah, Brent Council s Lead Member for Housing, said: Given the serious overcrowding and poor fire safety in this house, we could easily be reflecting on a much more serious crime here. The contempt Mr Ali has shown for this legal process by not even bothering to turn up for sentencing speaks volumes.

The vast majority of landlords and lettings agents in Brent are honest and law abiding, but we take a zero tolerance approach to the minority who think they can treat their tenants like this. Failure to licence your property could result in an unlimited fine and a criminal record.

50,000 fine for multiple fire safety failures in Thai restaurant A former director of a Thai restaurant has been fined over 50,000 for fire safety breaches that could have put people s lives in danger. Azad Hussain, former company director of Kam Thai Restaurant in Whitby received the fine after North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service carried out a fire safety inspection and found a number of breaches. During the inspection in August last year, fire safety officers found a number of serious fire safety deficiencies regarding the accommodation provided for employees. This included a failure to carry out a written fire risk assessment, a failure to have a working fire alarm and detection system in place, storage of combustible items within in the means of escape, inadequate fire separation, lack of fire training of employees and a failure to comply with an Enforcement Notice. Hussain appeared at York Crown Court on Friday and pleaded guilty to six contraventions of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. He was fined 40,000 and ordered to pay 6,800 in costs. The Company Kam Thai (Whitby) Ltd was also fined 6,000 and Hussain will have to pay the fine within 14 days or receive an 18 months prison sentence. Sentencing him, Judge Jamieson QC said: Had a fire broken out on either the ground or first floor it is highly likely that there would have been a high risk to life potentially endangering the lives of others.

These were extremely serious multiple offences, which continued over a significant period of time, aggravated by a failure to heed warnings given by Fire Officers. Millionaire landlord landed with 100,000 fine for catalogue of fire safety breaches A Manchester landlord has been landed with a 100,000 fine following a catalogue of fire safety breaches across five properties. Beckhall Properties has been ordered to pay the hefty bill after flouting safety laws at five flats in the Whalley Range area of south Manchester. Council inspectors discovered the following breaches of fire safety legislation under HMO: Inadequae fire alarms and fire doors unmaintained fire extinguishers disconnected smoke and heat detectors Beckhall Property bosses also failed to provide necessary gas and electrical certificates. The property was also deemed unsafe, with a dangerous staircase; damp; leaking ceilings; overgrown land; and carelessly discarded waste. Following the first investigation, the council continued to look into Beckhall Properties as part of a crackdown on unscrupulous landlords. Owners of the firm were twice given the chance to talk with council chiefs after an initial investigate but failed to attend an interview. Karl Nolan is the only registered director of the firm, according to Companies house. Let the size of the fine send a message in no uncertain terms that it is simply unacceptable for landlords to fail in their legal obligations.

Landlords have a duty to ensure their properties are suitably maintained and are not hazardous to their tenant s safety, Deputy council leader Bernard Priest said. This rogue landlord has failed their tenants, at a number of properties, and will now pay a heavy price. A blaze on the Merseyside docks had still not been extinguished yesterday as it entered its fourth day. Firefighters from Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service were first called out to the metal recycling centre at Seaforth docks on Friday night. However, the FRS reported that both the size of the fire and the amount of smoke have now been reduced. Diggers and cranes are being used to break up the scrap pile so crews can get aerial appliances above the fire. The cause of the fire has not yet been established. Free download covering legal requirements for responsible persons under the FSO, courtesy of the IOSH, BIFM and USHA approved UK provider of health, safety and environmental information. Key features: A full breakdown of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 The key actions when dealing with fire precautions & protection A complete guide to maintaining procedures and requirements within your organisation.

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