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Cornwall FRS goes for gold with new structural firefighting PPE

Firefighters across Cornwall are wearing brand new PPE, procured through the UK Collaborative PPE Framework. …

Searching for the hottest spot

Bullard’s Hot Area Detector (HAD) Bullard thermal imaging cameras are durable, easy to use and…

Cleaning made easy – Bullard Care Kit

Many modern materials release chemicals in the event of a fire. It is said that…

Nozzle Innovation

With the new RTE FX nozzle, Rosenbauer is expanding its range of nozzles to include…

Bathard – Mark Bathard: All change at MDM

The Directors of MDM Publishing Ltd, publishers of International Fire Fighter (IFF) magazine, have recently…

New report on Fire and Rescue Services approach to critical broadband migration highlights key issues

Presentation of UK-based research relevant to a global audience of first responders and critical operators…

Fire: A Very Short Introduction

Fire is rarely out of the headlines, from large natural wildfires raging across the Australian…

Two Arizona Animal Rescue Organizations deploying PHOS-CHEK ® Fire Retardant as defense against nearby wildfires

A novel approach to proactive protection seen as ‘next step’ in creating defensible Space for…

Command Light launches virtual Light Tower demo

Command Light, a leader in emergency lighting, has launched a light tower demo that lets…

Unifire AB develops a jaw-dropping fire fighting robot to protect weather decks on RoRo ships in the near future

As seen in the video, the system dynamically detects, follows, and suppresses fires in real…

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