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How the EBPD could influence fire safety and what measures should be taken

06 January 2019
How the EBPD could influence fire safety and what measures should be taken @2019 - EU

Euralarm urges to use holistic approach of fire safety when renovating buildings.

Following the new Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD) many renovations of existing buildings are to be expected in the coming years. These renovations must lead to buildings that are more energy efficient than they are today. This will require the installation of Building Automation systems for commercial buildings above 290 kW installed power. Although each country needs to develop its own renovation plan to tackle the expected renovations, one thing is certain: with automation systems being introduced into the buildings more attention should be paid to fire safety. Euralarm advises to follow a holistic approach to achieve and maintain fire safety.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 08 January 2019 09:03
Martin Franke

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