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A new dawn and new challenges

Welcome to this, our 14th issue of UK Fire. It is almost four years since…

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What is the new normal?

I would like to start my editorial by paying tribute to His Royal Highness, Prince…

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Putting fire safety back in the spotlight

Fire can impact anyone and yet few people see it as an immediate threat, holding…

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A time for reflection, review, action and optimism

In my November editorial I wrote of uncertainty over the outcome of Brexit negotiations and,…

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Barriers to trade

At the start of 2021, amid accounts of delays to imports and exports to and…

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Leading change in an unknown environment

We continue to live in challenging times for our sector and the country. The Grenfell…

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The devil is in the detail

The fire safety and construction sectors are facing a period of unprecedented change, with the…

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Behind the headlines

August marks the UK’s sixth successive month of living with COVID 19 and the tragedy…

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Building Safety Bill shows early promise

The Building Safety Bill has now been published, a move which the Association for Specialist…

Responding and adapting in uncharted times

It would be difficult to start this editorial with anything other than reference to the…

UK Fire is a quarterly journal specific to the UK Fire market dedicated to both fire protection and firefighting. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focussing on the latest technology, training methods and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the region. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make UK Fire the first choice read for fire protection and firefighting professionals.

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