Major upgrade to Tresco Heliport Fire & Rescue Service

Tresco is a small, family-run island measuring approximately 3.5 kilometres by 1.75 kilometres wide! It’s…

Community Fire Safety

This article discusses common mistakes made by our communities and what can be done to…

Carbon Monoxide detection in parking garages

Nowadays parking garages have become widespread with increase of the population and vehicle usage. Parking…

Why an holistic approach is essential when designing fire protection systems

Paul Pope, Group Business Development Director at Global Fire Equipment (GFE), explains why taking a…

Protect the building – protect the business

The SBRC is a non-profit organisation which exists to support and help protect Scottish businesses.…

Public attacks can lead to multiple casualties from the corrosive material.
Corrosive chemical assaults – how to respond to the risks

Over the last 18 months, the National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) has received an increased…

Rosenbauer AT STINGER.
Driving innovation

Rosenbauer, the world’s largest manufacturer of fire and rescue vehicles, is using digital innovation and…

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service attend car fire.
In safe hands

Regulations and standards keep firefighters safe and provide reassurance that Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is…

Narrower streets are making fire officers’ jobs more difficult, although now vehicle design concepts are coming to market to alleviate issues.
Narrow wet roads, wide design options

In Singapore, the country’s civil defence force has launched a radical line of new-age fire…

In Massachusetts fires are investigated by a combination of firefighters and police officers. The fire chief is required by statute to investigate every fire in their jurisdiction. Chiefs may turn to the State Fire Marshal’s office for help depending on circumstances. Fire investigators assigned to the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s Office are members of the Massachusetts State Police.
NFPA fire-investigation standards help to identify JPRs and fire causes

In the mid-1970s, salty old fire investigators would work their way through the smoky ruins…

Fire-safety law continues to apply during the coronavirus pandemic

BAFE, the independent register of quality fire-safety service providers, discuss the importance of fire safety…

Bird’s-eye view of a waste transfer station.
Fire-protection regulations in waste transfer stations – ensuring compliance

Fire is a risk for any business. Waste transfer stations, however, are amongst the most…

Everbridge helps to initiate and maintain a multi-agency response.
Reliable communication and co-ordination lowers risks

Being prepared and informed is a vital element in reducing the impact of any emergency…

Visual alarm device of the wall-mount category.
Five tips for using visual alarm devices to improve life safety

Audible alarm devices, or sounders, have long been used to alert building occupants during fires…

The Chancellor responded to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, in the budget 2020.
Building on the government’s foundations for a safer future

There is no doubt that the first quarter of 2020 has introduced some significant announcements…

More safety against fire – EmiControls presents an innovative way of fire protection with water mist turbine

The Italian company EmiControls has been working on innovative fire protection solutions worldwide since 2011.…

Figure 1: Methods of LNG Bunkering.
LNG in your port – Part 2

In the first part of this article, which appeared in the May 2019 issue, we…

How secure is your supply chain?
The chicken or the egg?

What came first: business continuity or crisis management? It is similar to the centuries-old conundrum…

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