20 - 22 January 2019, Dubai

Intersec Fire Conference

January 21 - 22, 2018 - Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre

Ongoing investments in the commercial, retail, industrial, hospitality, and the healthcare sectors, combined with upcoming high profile international events are driving growth in the GCC markets. The UAE Vision 2021, the Saudi Vision 2030, the Dubai Expo 2020 and numerous other initiatives launched by governments across the region has resulted in a spike in economic and commercial activities, which in-turn translates into significant growth opportunities for the region’s fire protection market.

In a recent industry report published by Frost & Sullivan, it was noted that the Middle East fire protection market is estimated to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2 % from a market size of $2.21 billion in 2015 to $4.40 billion in 2021, making it one of the largest fire protection markets in the world. 

The report also noted that new government mandates and regulations including the implementation of unified building codes across all end-user segments, new technological innovations, and boom in smart building automation systems integrated with fire protection products are driving new trends in the region’s fire protection market - leading to a shift from the traditional reactive-based suppression solution toward a more active detection module.

Led by high-profile international experts, the discussions at the Intersec Fire Conference 2018 will provide you with insights into the changing global trends in fire protection, it’s implications for the Middle East and innovative solutions for fire safety and engineering.

Some of the key topics that will be in focus at the Intersec Fire Conference 2018 which will be held alongside the exhibition on 21 – 22 January 2018 includes:

• Updates on UAE Fire Codes
• Fire Safety and Evacuation Strategies for High Rise Buildings
• Best Practices in Periodic Testing and Maintenance of Fire Fighting Equipments
• Fire Safety Training and Inspection Programmes … and more 

Who Should Attend: 

Directors, Head, Vice Presidents, Team Leaders, Supervisors, Managers, Superintendents and Chiefs in-charge of:
• Fire Safety and Protection
• Technical Department
• Loss Prevention
• Industrial Safety and Security
• Operations
• HSE Training, Inspection and Compliance
• Emergency Response and Services
• Support Services
• Occupational Health and Safety
• Risk and Disaster Management

From Industries Involved: 

• Ministries of Interior
• Civil Defence Departments
• Government Authorities and Regulators
• Local Municipalities
• Industrial and Free Zone
• Airport and Port Authorities
• Architects and Design
• Oil and Gas Companies
• Utility Companies
• Manufacturing Companies
• Warehousing Facilities
• Real Estate Developers
• Construction Companies
• Other related industries