How a Connected Home Can Be A Safer Home

How a Connected Home Can Be A Safer Home

Summit event on 16th April 2018

With so many electrical devices claiming to be smart and with almost everything having the capability to connect to the internet, technology has finally reached a level where it can really make homes safer.

To discuss this further, Electrical Safety First is hosting an afternoon summit on “How a connected home can be a safer home”. Leading experts will share their experience on the safety benefits and future potential of connected electrical devices, the challenges and solutions for ensuring smart products are safe and secure, and also the challenges and opportunities for installers.  

The event will take place on Monday 16th April at The Lethaby Room, Mary Ward House, 7 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SN from 2pm - 4pm, followed by a drinks reception.  

The event will be attended by industry experts across the installation and product supply chain including product manufacturers, retailers, importers, installers, product testing houses, safety advocates and lawyers.

There will be opportunities to participate and debate in our Q&A sessions, and the drinks reception will provide further networking opportunities. All attendees will receive refreshments and a delegate pack upon arrival.

Ticket price:

  • £50 + VAT
  • Booking fees apply

To secure your place, please visit our online booking system. We have a limited number of places available so please book your ticket as soon as possible to avoid disappointment!

We look forward to seeing you at the event.


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