UK Fire February 2018 E-News

The powerful 350-lumen Atex-RA2 can be clipped to the front of breathing apparatus.
Unilite – Tough flashlights built for industrial and hazardous environments

With over 37 years’ experience, Unilite is one of the world’s leading flashlight manufacturers in…

Primetech appoint Wayne Porter as Sales Manager

Primetech, the emergency services technology and solutions company, has appointed former senior firefighter and fire…

International standard for managing risk in organisations revised

BSI, the business standards company, has published the revised international standard for risk management, BS…

Employment Opportunity – Ex Fire Service Personnel

Richfords Fire and Flood have announced today that they will be launching a recruitment campaign…

Making workplaces around the world healthier and safer

The Chief Executive of the British Safety Council will explore the nature of wellbeing at…

Industrial Unit Fire in Rochdale, Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service remain on scene at a large fire in an…

Rosenbauer UK supplies NATO with fire trucks sent to Afghanistan

Rosenbauer UK has supplied NATO with two fire appliances, which touched down in Afghanistan earlier this…

Arrest Following Fire Death in Hinckley, Leicestershire

A house fire in which a man died in the Leicestershire Village of Hinckley is…

Latest FM Global research finds novel oxygen-reducing technology a potentially viable fire protection method

FM Global, one of the world’s largest commercial and industrial property insurers, today released new…

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