UK Fire magazine Issue 3 – November 2018

Fire Safe Europe’s campaign for European citizens to be safe from fire.
UK joins the club of countries with non-combustibility requirements for high-rise buildings

The start of October was marked by the announcement at the Conservative Party Conference 2018…

South Wales Water Rescue Team, during rapid-water extrication challenge.
SWFRS Bridgend retain UK Extrication title for the sixth time

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service Bridgend Extrication Team remain the very best in the…

The FIA offers qualifications and training in fire detection and alarm systems and the relevant standards, where learners can achieve qualifications in fire-alarm installation and maintenance.
What you need to know about BS 7273-4:2015

Reading and understanding standards and codes of practice is the fire-industry professional’s bread and butter,…

2018 marks the 75th anniversary of The Fire Fighters Charity.
Supporting Fire and Rescue Services’ mental health needs

The Fire Fighters Charity has long supported the mental health of individuals from across the…

Fingertip excavation at a fire scene.
Improving the standards and competency of fire investigators

Fire investigation can be one of the most complex forensic evidence types. The destructive forces…

East Sussex Fire Rescue Service in the aftermath of the major fire at Hasting Pier in 2010.
telent technology – Improved efficiency and reduced costs for East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service

East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service (ESFRS) had a bold vision for the future, but…

Crofton Engineering Ltd – New FT66-4 Drill Tower.
Crofton replaces Cambridgeshire training towers after 60 years

Sixty years after it designed, fabricated and constructed its first ever fire-training tower in Linton,…

The DoorBoss as applied by a first-arriving firefighter; restricting air flow into the structure and freeing up the hands of personnel.
DoorBoss – Control the door, control the flow path

Based in Ohio, United States, Three Firefighters LLC manufacturers technology which tracks firefighters as they…

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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