Conceptualising the future of the fire standards in the European rail industry and beyond, through practical fire experience and regulatory insight
The Fire Protection of Rolling Stock Conference 2017 promises to be the best yet with a stellar line-up, featuring global train operators and manufacturers along with leading component and material suppliers. As a collective, the FPRS community will come together to explore how the industry can continue to strive for better fire safety both now and in the future.
Over the course of 2 days we will be taking an in-depth look at the biggest challenges and opportunities in the sector including how to meet the full implementation requirements of EN45545 and looking to the future for fire safety compliance. We’ll be delving into the technical and strategic innovations impacting the sector and will explore as a group what more can be done to set and improve standards.
The 13th annual Fire Protection of Rolling Stock conference offers the chance to come together with your peers and strengthen your fire prevention and suppression strategies in rolling stock
Deadline Draws CloserThe deadline for becoming compliant with the EN45545 is drawing closer. This edition of FPRS will look at all the need to know updates made to this revision of the standard in order to prepare operators, manufacturers and suppliers with the knowledge on how to ensure their products adhere to requirements.
Fire Protection for Rolling Stock brings together senior decision-makers and representatives from operators, manufacturers, regulators, research institutes and service providers to share experiences, discoveries and real life case studies.
The well-known deadline for the EN45545 will be in December 2017, and time is running out to meet the full implementation requirements. Ourfire protection experts will be shedding light on how to comply and stay ahead of the game.
Berlin will once again be hosting the 13th annual Fire Protection and Rolling Stock conference. We give you an insight if our top 5 places to visit while in the German capital.