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Developing non-technical skills in emergency response
Training for emergency responders (ERs), specifically technical training, is centred around ensuring responders in the public and private sectors are safe, effective, competent and confident in their response to incidents. But what about skills that aren’t ‘technical’?  After reviewing training…
Watermist: from gap filler to stand-alone technology 
When watermist reappeared on the stage of fire protection in the late 1980s, it filled a gap that halon, after its phasing-out, had left. At that point, the research that had been carried out in Sweden since the mid-1970s had…
Outthink Wildfire – Part 2
Outthink Wildfire™ is a comprehensive strategy from the National Fire Protection Association that lays out five key policy changes that need to be made at the federal, state and local levels in the US to end wildfire destruction over the…
Speedings IllumiCare bag

The new IllumiCare bag sure adds another dimension to making Trauma Care bags stand out. With its unique illumination, which can be set to static or flashing, it definitely will glow at any accident scene. With the bag on your…

The Importance of Fire Doors and Inspections

A fire door acts just as any other door in normal service, but in a fire it takes on a critical role – to save lives and protect property. It does this by holding back the spread of fire and…

XXL fire engine on rails in Rotterdam
It is without doubt the biggest fire engine in the world, with a length of 67m, weight of 330 tons, water storage of 150,000 litres and 8,000 litres foam concentrate. This remarkable firefighting machine has been operational since 1 April…
Embedding sustainable development goals in the DNA of Fire and Rescue Services
Fire & Rescue Services (FRS) organisations deliver complex services including fire-risk prevention, mitigation and incident response covering residential areas, buildings, industrial facilities, public infrastructure and natural resources such as forests and grassland. The purpose of a firefighting service is to…
Fire safety: building services penetrations
Fire safety, competency and the way we build post-Grenfell has become a major industry focus. With specifiers under increasing pressure to ensure fire compartmentation is maintained, this feature looks at the design, specification and installation of building services penetrations through…
EVAC-ALERT by C-TEC

C-TEC’s new Evacuation Alert Systems video is here! Aimed at anyone involved in residential fire safety, our new animated video shows exactly how Evacuation Alert Systems can be used to assist the Fire and Rescue Services evacuate all or part…

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service condemn attacks on its firefighters

During two separate incidents on Thursday, 5th November 2020, firefighters from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service were attacked whilst responding to emergency incidents. At 05:25pm, a crew from Welshpool attended a bonfire that had become out of…

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