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  • Webinar on the Importance of Digital Fire Logbooks – Register today!

    The humble fire logbook, a critical link in the safety of millions of UK buildings, will take centre stage at a webinar on February 23rd, when figures from the fire and property industries come together to discuss its increasing importance amid rapidly evolving fire legislation, regulations and best practice.

    Hosted by Fire Safety Matters the online panel discussion, which will include experts from: LTL Systems a life safety systems install and maintenance company; Scott Castle, a property management company; and digital fire records software specialist, Tio Fire Safety.

    They will discuss the benefits of the modern digital alternative to the paper logbook, Tio’s own true digital fire logbook, which can have transformative benefits for fire safety, facilities and compliance professionals.

    The webinar is free to attend and registration is open at https://events.streamgo.live/importance-of-digital-fire-logbooks-23-feb-at-1030am/register.

    “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.

    Full of unique features, Tio’s logbook includes a compliance task manager that automatically schedules and tracks tasks for service providers, building occupiers and risk assessors; a customisable guidance module that helps staff complete jobs, linked asset registers and maintenance, variances, false alarm and activation tracker, custom tasks creator; fire visitor logbook; and digital documents storage.

    Instead of a paper document in a cabinet at the building entrance, a QR code is displayed, giving either open access to the cloud-based records or, where security is a concern, access to all permitted individuals and organisations.

    To find out more about Tio’s true digital fire logbook, visit www.tiofiresafety.com.


    Stuart O'Brien

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