UK Fire magazine – Issue 9 – May 2020

NOG underpins operational training.
The role of operational guidance in fire and rescue service improvement

In this welcome update from the National Fire Chiefs Council, we look at how fire…

Drone getting ready to be launched.
Drones speed beyond visual line of sight to deliver life-saving treatment

The County of Renfrew in Ontario, Canada partnered with Cradlepoint, InDro Robotics and Ericsson for…

The 6ltr MultiCHEM Fire extinguisher and Commander Stand.
The importance of fire extinguishers in any workplace

Fire extinguishers are crucial in the workplace, not least because every business is required to…

AFOA Chairman John Purdy welcomed delegates to the 2020 Conference.
AFOA Conference 2020

The Airport Fire Officers Association (AFOA) conference took place on 12–13 February 2020 at the…

A network of MxPro 5 fire panels from Advanced protect London’s Landmark Pinnacle.
UK’s tallest residential tower to be protected by Advanced Fire Panels

Global systems leader Advanced is celebrating being specified on yet another landmark development in London.…

Rosenbauer AT STINGER.
Driving innovation

Rosenbauer, the world’s largest manufacturer of fire and rescue vehicles, is using digital innovation and…

Give consumers information and you give them the power to drive improvement.
All-consuming fire safety

As part 2 of the Grenfell Tower Public Enquiry gets underway, many members of the…

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service attend car fire.
In safe hands

Regulations and standards keep firefighters safe and provide reassurance that Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is…

Narrower streets are making fire officers’ jobs more difficult, although now vehicle design concepts are coming to market to alleviate issues.
Narrow wet roads, wide design options

In Singapore, the country’s civil defence force has launched a radical line of new-age fire…

In Massachusetts fires are investigated by a combination of firefighters and police officers. The fire chief is required by statute to investigate every fire in their jurisdiction. Chiefs may turn to the State Fire Marshal’s office for help depending on circumstances. Fire investigators assigned to the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s Office are members of the Massachusetts State Police.
NFPA fire-investigation standards help to identify JPRs and fire causes

In the mid-1970s, salty old fire investigators would work their way through the smoky ruins…

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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