EvacPro+ provides ‘lots of handles for lots of people’.
Plus size evacuation – What is the solution?

One of the consequences of modern living with its obtundents of high energy foods and…

Firefighter PPE must be ergonomic and comfortable, as well as protective.
Fit for action

When designing PPE for firefighters, providing protection against the dangers of fire is of course…

The stunning M.A.N 13.290 4x4/Rosenbauer Advanced Technology 3 ARFF vehicle posed in the Cornish sun.
1st UK Rosenbauer AT for Land’s End Airport

Land`s End Airport (EGHC) in the county of Cornwall, UK is the most south westerly…

Acting as the ‘eyes’ of the brigade, the portable ROV1 robot can be deployed to get closer to a burning building than is physically safe for firefighters.
How the UK fire service is revolutionising situational awareness

The latest advances in thermal imaging and gas detection now enable firefighters to interpret a…

Manchester Airport Oshkosh Global Striker Fleet.
Manchester Airport, UK • Maintaining the Highest Safety Standards

Manchester Airport is one of four airports within the Manchester Airport group (MAG) The airport…

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Responding to wildfire risk in Northumberland (UK):

Training and Partnership Working Although the UK is not commonly recognised around the World for…

Addressing the UK’s Wildfire Risk: a Collaborative Approach

The UK is not commonly recognised around the World for experiencing significant wildfires. However, in…

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