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SFHA Tech Project Lead joins line up in TEC's webinar series

SFHA TECH Lead Stephanie Elliot will participate in TEC Telecare's upcoming webinar series. 

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As part of Tec Telecare's upcoming webinar series, SFHA Tech Project Lead Stephanie Elliot will be speaking as part of the AICO & Careium Test of Chance session on Tuesday 27 June at 12:00. 

From 1 February 2022, social housing providers have been required by law to increase the minimum level of fire and carbon monoxide (CO) detection installed in general needs housing and for the fire detection to be interlinked within the property.

The aim of this Test of Change was to explore connecting housing provided fire and/carbon monoxide (CO) detection to telecare base units/alarm receiving centres using a relay interface and universal sensors, instead of installing and connecting multiple Telecare specific devices in properties. 

Learn how Stirling navigated the Tolerable Standard Guidance and successfully piloted the use or relays to provide a cost effective approach to fire safety. 


  • Steph Elliot, TECH Project Lead, SFHA
  • Gary Howden, DTI Programme Manager, Stirling, HSCP 

The format of this session will be a 15 min presentation followed by an interative Q&A. 

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