Record numbers attend the Emergency Services Show 2022
A record number of visitors attended the award-winning Emergency Services Show at the NEC on 21 and 22 September. The UK’s largest event for the emergency services attracted over 10,100 visitors and buyers for the first time in its history,…
Fischer Panda UK reveals expanded product range at Emergency Services Show 2022
Hybrid power solutions supplier Fischer Panda UK demonstrated its expansion as an industry-leading integrated systems partner at this year’s Emergency Services Show. Forming its strategy to grow its presence in the commercial vehicle market, Fischer Panda UK showcased its range…
MSA Safety to Showcase Cutting-edge and Compatible Personal Protective Equipment at the Emergency Services Show in Birmingham

From fire protective clothing, helmets and breathing apparatus, to high-tech connected communications, monitoring and detection equipment, company to showcase complete solutionfor first responders. MSA Safety Incorporated (NYSE: MSA), a global leader in firefighter safety equipment and technology, will be taking…

Why visit The Emergency Services Show?
Large Scale Exhibition – 450+ exhibitors and 10,000+ products, solutions and technological developments CPD Accredited Sessions – 90+ CPD accredited sessions across 6 theatres Live Demonstrations – The Extrications and Trauma Challenge: watch teams compete live in devised challenge scenarios…
Visit the UK’s award-winning and leading annual showcase of the bluelight sector this September
Featuring 450+ exhibitors, 10,000+ products and solutions, live demonstrations, unique learning opportunities and unrivalled networking opportunities. As well as: Source new equipment, training, and further education courses Find solutions to operational problems Seek outsourcing providers Discover emerging technologies Learn from…
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The Emergency Services Show is the UK’s award-winning and leading annual showcase of the #bluelight sector, featuring 450+ exhibitors, live demonstrations, unique learning opportunities and unrivalled networking opportunities. The two-day event brings together all disciplines from the #emergencyservices sector to…
Cobalt Cube celebrates first anniversary with global recognition from fleet integrators
VNC Automotive celebrates Cobalt Cube’s first anniversary with the pioneering and powerful device making waves among emergency vehicle and fleet integrators. Installers across the globe are increasingly turning to Cobalt Cube to achieve the cost-effective integration of the myriad ancillary…
Dräger to showcase five of the best at Emergency Services Show
Dräger, an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology, will showcase five fire safety technologies designed to further firefighter health and wellbeing at this year’s Emergency Services Show (ESS): the FireGround Accountability System; the newly launched BG…
HAIX to showcase elite emergency services footwear range at ESS 2022
Global manufacturer of specialist footwear HAIX will be returning to The Emergency Services Show 2022, 21–22 September, NEC Birmingham, to showcase the latest innovations in footwear for all emergency service workers in Hall 5, stand #C34. At the HAIX stand,…
Discover how technology and innovation are transforming fire and rescue services
The Emergency Services Show offers the perfect opportunity for fire and rescue professionals to see and handle the latest kit while sharing experiences and exchanging best practice with the entire UK emergency services community. Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham…

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