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New Aerial Ladder Platform operational in Royal Berkshire

A new Aerial Ladder Platform (high reach vehicle) is now operational in Royal Berkshire Fire…

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PI insurance crisis risks building safety

The challenges in securing professional indemnity insurance for fire-risk assessors continues and appears to be…

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Essential rescue equipment: heading to the Thames

Reach and Rescue has public rescue equipment in over 25 cities in the UK and…

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Streamlight waterproof Portable Scene Light II

Streamlight Inc., a leading provider of high-performance lighting devices, have launched the Portable Scene Light…

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Strengthening community support for emergency services around the world

Is there enough public support for Emergency Services personnel worldwide? Citizens in the Global North…

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Zico improves ladder access on narrow streets

Ziamatic Corp. (Zico), an international leader in ladder storage solutions, is making it safer and…

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Speedings Limited – Protective equipment and supplies for Emergency Services in the UK

Speedings was first established in 1827 as James Speeding and Company, a ships’ stores merchants;…

DJI Mavic Enterprise Dual on a SAR exercise for SkyBound Rescuer.
Fire and rescue air support: the past, the present, the future

Air support for the UK Fire and Rescue Services has always been limited due to…

Location lies at the heart of fire and rescue resource planning, risk analysis and strategic management.
Cadcorp – Fire and rescue services benefit from independently performed, tailor-made risk and workload modelling

UK fire and rescue services have an extensive range of obligations. These extend from front-line…

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Advancing fire protection in historic structures

Historic structures may seem to be an unlikely setting for contemporary advances in fire protection,…

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