UK Fire September 2020 E-News

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Dräger launches ‘Health for the Firefighter’ campaign in response to firefighters’ health concerns

Dräger, an international leader in medical and safety technology, is launching its ‘Health for the…

Game-changing technology in Holmatro Pentheon Series

Holmatro has launched a series of high-tech cordless rescue tools, designed to outperform all other…

EASY-EVAC!

C-TEC set to launch new BS 8629 evacuation alert system C-TEC is preparing to launch…

European firefighter PPE standard updated

The European standard EN 469, which ensures protective clothing worn byfirefighters is of good quality,…

Bathard – Mark Bathard: All change at MDM

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

B-VIRUS FREE mounted to a Bauer Verticus breathing-air compressor.
New innovation from Bauer Kompressoren UK Limited

How can we guarantee the quality and safety of the air breathed by our first…

Valve assembly at the Tarmac site.
Safeguarding the production and storage of solid recovered fuel

In Spring 2019, Tarmac partnered with Hamilton Waste and Recycling to improve the sustainability of…

Finding the right instructor is essential to maximise the benefits that yoga offers.
The heat of the moment: how yoga can help

If you were to ask any firefighter what springs to mind when considering how to…

Critical fire and life safety needs must be balanced with patient care in hospitals as well as new temporary makeshift facilities.
COVID-19 challenged us all, while reminding us about the importance of basic safety benchmarks

Without question, dealing with COVID-19 has been daunting for all of us – citizens, business…

A fire extinguisher going through the recycling process.
Not all fire extinguisher disposal methods are made equal

Our world is changing. Trends in urbanisation and population growth require more sustainable solutions to…

UK Fire is a quarterly journal specific to the UK Fire market dedicated to both fire protection and firefighting. The editorial features are written by industry experts and comprise a unique blend focussing on the latest technology, training methods and equipment as well as highlighting sector specific issues from around the region. Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make UK Fire the first choice read for fire protection and firefighting professionals.

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