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DJI Mavic Enterprise Dual on a SAR exercise for SkyBound Rescuer.
Fire and rescue air support: the past, the present, the future

Air support for the UK Fire and Rescue Services has always been limited due to…

The renowned Main Concourse of New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.
Advancing fire protection in historic structures

Historic structures may seem to be an unlikely setting for contemporary advances in fire protection,…

High-pressure watermist nozzle heads.
Green, greener, watermist

After three decades of rigorous testing and scrutiny of systems and equipment, the watermist community…

Three fans on the platform aimed towards the staircase. In the back, the inlet opening can be seen.
PPV as a support for firefighting in subways

Positive pressure ventilation (PPV) fans are widely used by the fire service during firefighting operations…

Ventilation fan considerations

When it comes to fire ventilation tactics, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all strategy. Every fire ground…

A number of people on the streets, some with their faces covered, and a burned-out car – a typical scene of public disorder.
The London Riots, ten years on

The 5 August 2011 saw the start of three days of rioting and civil unrest…

Dräger’s Mechanical Cleaning Solution in situ at County Durham and Darlington FRS.
Fighting contamination

This article discusses the importance of thoroughly and consistently decontaminating firefighters’ kit, how the pandemic…

Mobile Data Terminals on Getac device playing a key role during an incident to assess and plan responses.
How rugged technology is driving transformation in fire and rescue

Equipment has always played a key role in firefighting. From the humble bucket and hose…

Outthink Wildfire – Part 2
Outthink Wildfire™ is a comprehensive strategy from the National Fire Protection Association that lays out…
Recommended personal protective equipment and physical effects seen during a HF spill.
Responding to hydrofluoric acid exposure

Hydrofluoric acid forms when hydrogen fluoride, a colourless gas, is dissolved in water. Hydrofluoric acid…

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