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Organisation Description

Hochiki is distinguished by the experience and expertise of more than 80 years as one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of industrial fire detection products. Hochiki Corporation was founded in Tokyo in 1918 with most of the major Japanese insurance companies as founder shareholders. Hochiki Corporation undertakes design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of fire alarm systems and produces in excess of 3 million units per year. An international market leader in the manufacture of fire protection products Hochiki Corporation also produces fire extinguishing, security and cable television systems. The Company employs some 1,300 people, has 3 manufacturing plants, 35 sales offices and 13 subsidiaries in Japan.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Emergency Lighting Standards & Design Considerations

    Seminar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    Seminar explains the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL) registrations; the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and current standards and provides an overview for the designing and positioning of emergency lighting luminaries; highlighting high risk areas and minimum levels of illumination. Also covers installation and maintenance processes.

  • False Alarm Reduction In Detection Systems

    Seminar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    False alarms have considerable impact in terms of costs and safety. Seminar explains the standards involved and the process of designing and selecting the correct system for the project; includes guidance on installation and maintenance and the ways and means of reducing false alarms.

  • Wireless Fire Detection; The Standards & New Technologies

    Seminar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    Seminar provides an overview of the standards required for compliance of a wireless fire detection installation and introduces the concept of wireless systems. Covers the installation options; the different types of wireless equipment and the technology behind a successful wireless system installation.

  • Hybrid Wireless Fire Detection; The Standards & Technologies

    Seminar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    This presentation provides an overview of compliance with the standards for a wireless fire detection installation. The concept of hybrid wireless fire detection systems and when they should be used is introduced. The different installation options are discussed and the technology behind a hybrid wireless system installation is explored. The types of hybrid wireless equipment available is covered and hybrid systems are summarised. Includes case studies.

  • Understanding The Selection; Spacing And Siting Of Detectors

    Seminar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    Seminar provides essential information on key points from the recently updated British Standard (BS) 5839 Part 1 : 2013. Covers practical advice on the selection; spacing and siting of detectors giving a clear; pictorial and comprehensive overview of all of the items that need to be considered when designing a fire detection and alarm system.

  • Emergency Lighting Standards & Design Considerations

    Seminar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    This seminar aims to give all those involved in the process of designing; maintaining and installing Emergency Lighting systems; an overview of the standards and regulations that must be taken into consideration when dealing with Emergency Lighting systems. It examines the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting (ICEL); the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO) and the British Standard for Emergency Lighting (BS5266 Part 1 2016). A clear; pictorial overview of the positioning of Emergency Lighting luminaries will be given throughout the presentation.

  • BS 5266-1 2016 Amendments

    Webinar | Hochiki Europe (UK)

    The emergency lighting standard; BS 5266; was updated in November 2016. One on the key changes was the introduction of Emergency Safety Lighting; this change; amongst others; are explained in this presentation. This presentation addresses the amendments to BS5266; therefore the audience is expected to have existing knowledge of the standard.

Hochiki Europe (UK)
Grosvenor Road
Gillingham Bus Park
Gillingham
ME8 0SA

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