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ASFP launches new website

ASFP launches new website

The Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP) has launched a new website which features a contemporary design and improved navigation, aimed at improving the visitor experience to ensure they find the passive fire protection advice and information they need.

The newly updated site uses clear labelling to ensure that the visitor can quickly access the information they are looking for, whether this is the ASFP’s extensive range of free to download guidance documents and videos, access to events and training information, or news of ASFP and member activities.  

The ASFP publications and video libraries offer in depth technical information with regard to built-in passive fire protection. Meanwhile, members can access a wealth of documents and meeting minutes through the extensive members’ area.

The site’s news section offers updates on all of the ASFP’s activities, as well as access to the ASFP e-bulletin which provides news from the Association and its members, while available seminars and training courses are detailed in the events section.

Visitors looking for tailored passive fire protection advice or wishing to locate an appropriate product or specialist contractor for their project can use the site’s member search facility to find the right product or contractor.

The new dynamic site can be viewed just as easily on mobile phones and tablets, allowing visitors to access information when on the move.

Marking the launch of the new site, ASFP CEO Wilf Butcher declared:

‘Modern websites must offer a wide range of services to visitors, while at the same time ensuring they can find what they are looking for with ease, whether in the office or on the move.

‘The ASFP’s new website offers a fresh design and improved navigation tools to help you to locate quickly exactly what you need. It provides easy access to an extensive range of passive fire protection guidance and technical guidance for visitors and members alike and I urge you to explore it.’

To access the site go to

Published October 2015