Awards for vision in fire and security

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Vision firms involved in fire safety and security are being alerted to the launch of the IFSEC and FIREX Awards.

Integrating for the first year, the IFSEC and FIREX Awards is the premier event for the fire and security industry to celebrate security and fire innovations over the last 12 months.

In association with the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), Fire Industry Association (FIA) and Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP), the awards are both a celebration and an acknowledgement of excellence of the products and technological innovations, influencing and shaping the industry and security or fire professionals.

Charlie Cracknell, IFSEC event director, said: 'With the security and fire industries becoming increasingly integrated, acknowledging the significant impact they have on each other is crucial. IFSEC and FIREX are proud to be hosting a combined awards evening to celebrate excellence and innovation within the respective sectors, we look forward to hosting another excellent evening.'

Specifically designed for the security and fire industries, the product focused awards are designed to encourage installers to recognise the opportunity for growth into new areas and optimise on the crossover between the two.  

Categories are now open for nominations and incude CCTV and video surveillance, physical security, intruder alarms, access control, integrated security and fire prevention.

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