UK Fire Magazine – Issue 5 – May 2019

Telent’s Barry Zielinksi urges Blue Light services to embrace the digital transformation.
Emergency Services must adopt digital transformation to survive

The UK’s emergency services are the backbone of our society and help to keep us…

The value of competence

One of the outcomes of the Hackitt review of Building Regulations was a concern regarding…

WFS has an incredible network of regional members, taking part in general get-togethers, organised development opportunities and regular meetings, and helps to fulfil the objectives of WFS and most importantly, help support its members.
In the news again

It seems that the British Fire & Rescue Service with its multiple skills, dedication and…

QuelCast in 110mm with Manifold (CE Marked Cast In Fire Collar).
Quelfire – Effective passive fire protection

For over 40 years, Quelfire has been one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of…

Fire testing in action for the Pyroplex 60-minute glazing system.
Pyroplex – Making glazed doors fire-safe

Glazed doors are in demand. And for good reason. Not only are they safer in…

Emergency One’s eCabControl Screen links with their e1Fleet telematics systems through Vodafone’s IoT network.
Emergency One and IoT – Ensuring firefighters have the appliances and equipment required to do their job

The term ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) is commonly banded about and increasingly forms part of…

Easily manoeuvrable, Super Vac’s new battery fan features built-in wheels and ergonomic handle.
Battery-fan technology leading an evolution of UK firefighting tactics

Ventilation fans have been a mainstay in the fire industry for many decades, and during…

Lincolnshire firefighters in their TITAN 1260 kit.
The changing role of the firefighter and their PPE

Hainsworth Technology speaks to a firefighter and senior fire officer about their experiences of selecting…

Fire & Acoustic Seals – Fire Door Foam™ is an ‘All in one Solution’.
Perimeter sealing around fire doors

The fire door is a highly engineered construction product that when assembled and installed correctly…

Incident commanders must monitor, review and if necessary adapt their plan.
Extrication planning – Part 1

Vehicle extrication is an extremely complex discipline which requires a high level of skill, knowledge…

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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