A workshop took place this week in Brussels with the target to bring all involved parties on the same page concerning the Construction Product Regulation (CPR).
On Friday October 12th, in the frame of the World Standard day and on the 25th anniversary of the European single market, Euralarm joined the conference ‘Standards meet the future’ organised by CEN/CENELEC , ETSI, EFTA and the European Commission.
European standardisation and research are closely linked. Nevertheless, today they do not interact sufficiently to maximize synergies and benefits with respect to innovation. To bridge this gap between Research, Innovation and Standardisation, the interactive European project 'BRIDGIT 2' invovling Euralarm's partner CEN-CENELEC was created.
Euralarm has long supported the idea that ‘Smart cities’ should include aspects of fire safety and security. European cities face an increasing frequency and intensity of hazards and disasters, which are exacerbated by climate change and social dynamics, such as demographic change and an ageing population.
As one President gives way to another we interviewed outgoing Enzo Peduzzi and President-elect Martin Harvey about the past and future of Euralarm.
On 11 October 2018, the European Commission adopted its annual Union Work Programme for European standardisation for 2019.
The European Commission reported last week on the progress made towards an effective and genuine Security Union, calling on the European Parliament and the Council to finalise their work on priority security initiatives as a matter of urgency.
The EU Commission’s Fire Industry Exchange Platform (FIEP), is a yearly policy forum at which Euralarm presented a position paper. It is organised by the EU Commission’s Directorate General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs – DG GROWTH.
European standards are fundamental for the functioning of the EU Single Market: by setting common rules and a coherent system all across Europe, they support the free circulation of products and services. Understanding their contribution is fundamental, especially this year when the Single Market’s 25th anniversary is being celebrated.
On October 31st in Warrrington an December 11th in Belfast, Euralarm partners with its Member the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) to bring the latest updates on Next Generation Networks to the Industry.
ARTS, a Euralarm Member and the Romanian Association of Security Technique (ARTS) represented by ALARMA SRL organises the fifth edition of international exhibition devoted to security services and technique, Romanian Security Fair (RSF).