The digital fire logbook is already proving to be a popular and important part of the future of the fire and life safety world. A free webinar on 23rd of February 2022, hosted by leading title Fire Safety Matters will help the wider industry understand the benefits and opportunities Tio's true digital fire logbook can deliver for building, FM and fire service professionals.
The webinar will be a panel discussion and Q&A titled: The new benefits of digital fire logbooks and asset registers. Real-world perspectives and experiences from end users and service companies.
Mark Sennett CEO of Fire Safety Matters will host the discussion with Tony Imray and Lee Reed, both directors of LTL Systems, a significant life safety systems install and service business; and Rob Scott, director and maintenance lead of major SW property management business Scott Castle. They will be joined by Jason Hill of Tio Fire Safety, the leading UK digital fire records business behind the digital fire logbook.
“Logbooks play a central role in compliance and safety management and there has never been a better time to discuss their evolving role,” said Jason Hill, sales manager for Tio Fire Safety. “Our aim is to bring together views from across the industry. The one thing I’m sure all speakers will agree on is that the traditional paper logbook is no longer fit for purpose, and that only a digital alternative can offer real visibility and management of fire safety compliance from single properties to portfolios of thousands. Whether you’re thinking of new software or are frustrated by the lack of visibility and trust your paper records deliver, I’m sure it will be a useful and informative discussion and Q&A.”
Cloud-based and permitted under BS5839-1, Tio’s true digital fire logbook is priced and designed to replace a range of paper logbooks, and is pre-configured to bring together a huge number of fire, safety and security topics in one place. It is quick to set up and as easy to use as paper, solves a multitude of issues and radically improves safety, relationships and compliance for all parties, including the building occupier, service provider, risk assessor, installer, commissioning engineers and emergency services.