UK Fire Magazine – Issue 18 – August 2022

The IP8 version of Cerberus PRO features a comprehensive range of panels and devices. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Siemens launch Cerberus PRO IP8 – Smarter Protection Matters

Ongoing development is a key contributor in finding effective ways to protect against the threat…

The PANTHER electric. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Rosenbauer’s vision for a sustainable electric future

The future is electric, sustainable and ready to happen – right now. With protecting the…

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Don’t just specify, verify third-party certification

The BAFE Fire Safety Register campaign discusses the importance of evidencing competency for fire safety…

E1 to display Magirus Wolf R1 at ESS for the first time. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Emergency One UK – Returning to The Emergency Services Show 2022 with a splash

The UK’s largest Manufacturer of fire and rescue appliances will be making a return to…

Figure 1. Human Bio-monitoring (HBM) levels response classification. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Reducing PFAS levels in firefighters by blood and plasma donation
Historically firefighters have been occupationally exposed to perfluoroalkyl substances such as PFOS, PFHxS and PFOA…
Soiled breathing apparatus worn by firefighters attending an incident. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Cleaning up PPE

Since the pandemic, it has been well documented that firefighters’ personal protective equipment (PPE) needs…

Tractor and trailer fire appliance serving the Island of St Martin’s. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Isles of Scilly Fire and Rescue Service

The Isles of Scilly is an archipelago 24 nautical miles off the southwestern tip of…

Scenario: Tall building Eliminate hazards such as height and structure attenuation by connecting your team throughout a building with strategically placed portable repeaters and smart LTE devices for a 360-degree view of the fireground. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Radiocoms – Creating collaboration across the fireground and into the control room

Britain’s firefighters on the front line are facing a rapidly changing landscape in the types…

Two firefighters tackle a realistic training scenario in a settee at the Firefighter Training Unit at Avonmouth. Images supplied by Author / Contributor
Cold Fire – A new and safer horizon for firefighting water

Since the time that the first organised fire brigades were formed, crews have understandably used…

UKRO – Festival of Rescue 2022 

Work on the 2022 UKRO Festival of Rescue continues apace, and we’re delighted that we…

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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