DHF heads to the Security Event 2023


The Door and Hardware Federation (DHF) is to be represented at the Security Event exhibition this week, which is to take place at Birmingham’s NEC from tomorrow (25) to Friday 27 April. Representatives of the DHF team are to be on stand 4/M95.

The Security Event unites installers, integrators, manufacturers, distributors and end users, setting out to showcase world-leading security brands and the opportunity to source the latest products, technologies and solutions whilst networking with key experts from across the industry. The Fire Event – which is dedicated to supporting organisations in achieving and maintaining high standards of fire safety management – is also due to take place at the NEC at the same time.

Members of the DHF staff team are to be available at both events, to discuss membership and provide information about training, including the federation’s programme of one-day, theory-based awareness courses. The courses are offered in collaboration with the Building Research Establishment, which covers fire door safety, inspection, installation and ongoing maintenance of fire door sets.

“As a supporting partner of the Security Event, the DHF is continuing to demonstrate its ongoing commitment to strive for change and awareness in these sectors,” said Patricia Sowsbery-Stevens, the DHF’s commercial director. “Both the Security Event and the Fire Event are the perfect platforms from which to demonstrate our continued backing for the use of third-party certified fire door sets and for lock cylinders and door handles on entrance doors to meet the TS 007 standard.

“The DHF is extremely pleased to be exhibiting at the Security Event again this year, and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand. The DHF team will be on hand to meet with new and existing members, to discuss how we can support businesses achieve compliance.”

Last week, leaders of DHF announced that Patricia Sowsbery-Stevens, who is currently head of commercial operations, is soon to be promoted to commercial director. Read more about this here.

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