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SFPE, ICC and Springer announce new engineering guide on Fire Safety for Very Tall Buildings
The Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE), the world’s leading professional society for fire protection…
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Herefordshire and Worcestershire’s latest wholetime firefighters formally ‘welcomed aboard’ at glittering pass-out celebration
Fifteen wholetime firefighters finally received their pass-out certificates at a delayed but still very special…
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Green tech building protected by award-winning Sherwin-Williams coating
A new digitally enhanced smart office building in London has been protected with the award-winning…
Bullard TXS Thermal Imager. (Bullard)
New decision-making thermal imager is the most affordable in its class
Bullard, the 123-year-old company known for its invention of the hard hat, introduced today its…
Ken Rehbehn, CritComm Insights.
Leading sector analyst house joins TCCA
TCCA, the global representative for the critical communications ecosystem, is pleased to announce that respected…
Grenfell Inquiry: Grenfell driven by ‘agenda of deregulation’
The Fire Brigades Union lawyer for the inquiry has placed central importance on the ‘agenda…
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All Fire’s first with Tio’s True Digital Fire Logbook
Leading Northern Irish fire risk assessment and safety consultancy All Fire has become the first…
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Llanwrtyd Well Fire Station celebrates 20 years of co-responding
Llanwrtyd Wells Fire Station, in the heart of Powys, is an on-call Fire and Rescue…
Sneak peek into Hazmat 2022’s line-up as the early-bird deadline approaches
NCEC’s Hazmat conference is the ultimate forum for hazmat professionals to share experiences and gain…
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Reflecting on GESA’s first year: a roundtable with our advisory council
December marks the end of GESA’s first full year of operations, and what a year…

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