Fire & Disaster 2018

FIRE & DISASTER ASIA 2018: The 15th International Disaster, Emergency Management & Fire Prevention Technology  & Equipment Exhibition

In view of the recent airline crashes and disappearances, in addition to the increasing occurences of natural disasters, it is even more crucial to keep abreast of the latest trends, products and knowledge on fire, emergency and safety prevention and management at all levels, so as to minimise casualties and damages. 

Dedicated to the protection of life and property, Fire & Disaster Asia (FDA) 2018 will be a showcase of an extensive range of specialised rescue and disaster management equipment, products and associated services. 

This year, FDA 2018 will also be held concurrently with five other established exhibitions: ArchXpo, International Facility Management, LED+Light Asia, Safety & Security Asia and Work Safe Asia 2018, creating a comprehensive and integrated platform for all building needs under one roof! 

Join FDA 2018 today to reach out to your target customers and potential business partners! 

Event Information

Date: 2 - 4 October 2018
Venue: Halls A, B & C, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Opening hours:

2 & 3 October : 10AM - 6PM
4 October : 10AM - 5PM

Free admission. Register on-site with your business card. 

Exhibition Projections*

Exhibition Area: 10,000sqm
No. of exhibitors 250 exhibitors from 15 countries
No. of visitors 9,000 trade professionals

*Combined statistics from Architecture & Building Services Series

Admission

Admission is restricted to trade professionals only and there is no charge to visit the exhibition.

To register as a trade visitor to the exhibition, you can Register Online before show days. Alternatively, you may register onsite from 2 - 4 October 2018 with your business card.

Due to security reasons, visitor badges are non-transferable. Security personnel may request to see the badges as proof of identification before entry to the exhibition is permitted.

The Organizer reserves the right to refuse admission to visitors who are not appropriately dressed or do not fulfill the admission requirements.