International Gulf Trading Company (IGTC)-Chubb Fire Qatar – the country’s leading supplier of fire safety equipment and security solutions – in partnership with the MIRCOM Group - one of the largest, independently owned Life Safety Systems Manufacturer in North America that operates from its state-of-the-art facility located in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada – organised a highly interactive and educational seminar on the new trends and innovations involving 3D life safety solutions.
Being a comprehensive session, the discussions also included the latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards as well as listings from UL, ULC and FM. With his vast knowledge in the field of Life Safety, Security and Building Automation Systems having been recognized and rewarded by many institutions and supply partners for his contribution towards their organizational growth, Shahul Hameed, VP for Strategic Development in the Middle East, North Africa and India for MIRCOM Group was the main speaker of the seminar held at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Doha.
Among the topics included during the two-hour seminar were brief introductions to IGTC-Chubb Fire Qatar and MIRCOM; Mass Notification: a Mircom Perspective; Mircoms’ Open GN: a New World in 3D Monitoring; PRO-2000: Protecting the Industries; Addressable Release Panel; and MiCare – Wireless Nurse Call System. “We are extremely delighted to have partnered with such a trusted and highly respected brand as MIRCOM, especially with regard to 3D life safety solutions,” said Mr. John Thorpe, Operations Manager of IGTC-Chubb Fire Qatar. “Along with Mr. Hameed’s distinguished career in this field, this seminar surely proved to be highly successful in terms of the significance and importance of the information discussed with the seminar participants.
“Certainly, we look forward to hosting another seminar and partnering with MIRCOM on this regard in the future for the benefit of all companies and professionals involved in the area of fire safety,” he added. At the end of the event, a special dinner of fine traditional Middle Eastern, Continental European dishes was held at the hotel’s Aramede Restaurant in honour of all seminar participants and distinguished guests.