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AFAC21 goes virtual

This October for the first time in the event’s 26-year history, AFAC will take place…

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Seminal research looks at US fire experience since America Burning

‘The striking aspect of the Nation’s fire problem is the indifference with which Americans confront…

The Getac next-generation K120 – A powerful and reliable all-purpose solution for firefighting professionals

Firefighters need devices that let them work effectively in a diverse range of day-to-day scenarios.…

B-VIRUS FREE mounted to a BAUER Verticus breathing air compressor.
Bauer Kompressoren UK Limited – We care about the air you breathe!

For BAUER, protecting the health of consumers has always been paramount. Since the successful launch…

Around 350,000 tourists visit HMS Belfast, the Royal Navy’s most significant surviving warship, each year.
System upgrade delivers ship-shape fire protection at HMS Belfast

HMS Belfast, the most significant surviving Royal Navy warship from the Second World War, has…

ACTF&R selects new firefighting PPE

Pac Fire in Australia has secured a new contract to supply state-of-the-art MSA Bristol structural…

MSA Safety announces investment and collaboration agreement with Swiss autonomous drone technology firm to enhance Fire Service offerings

MSA Safety Incorporated, the global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of safety products…

AFAC21 powered by INTERSCHUTZ set for a new date of 5-8th October 2021

We have taken the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming AFAC21 powered by INTERSCHUTZ, given…

6 reasons why pre-hospital care providers need the RESCUER from RIGLOO​ by Robert Avsec

Since the advent of prehospital care, regardless of the country, pre-hospital patient care providers (e.g.,…

Local and international fire and emergency management sector to convene at pivotal AFAC21 conference

Leading emergency services professionals and subject matter experts will meet in Sydney on 17-20 August…

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