Home Office Ministers thank Fire Service for vital work in Coronavirus fight

Fire and rescue services and Police forces will continue to play a crucial role in protecting the NHS and saving lives following the Prime Minister’s announcement of a third national lockdown, Home Office ministers said during recent calls with emergency…

New 23.8-inch monitor to assist remote working

With more and more emergency first responders working remotely, the need for good home-office ergonomics is extremely important for their welfare. EIZO Limited have announced the release of the 23.8in FlexScan EV2480 – a frameless Full HD (1920 x 1080)…

Priti Patel thanks firefighters for tireless efforts during coronavirus

Thousands of firefighters have taken on additional duties to respond to coronavirus Home Secretary hears from firefighters about how their roles have changed in pandemic She sees how Merseyside FRS coordinates national capabilities – including high-volume pumps and fire dogs…

Capita wins Home Office contract to support migration to new Emergency Services Network

Capita’s Software division has been awarded a contract by the Home Office to develop a solution to migrate the current Airwave system to the Emergency Services Network (ESN), a new critical communications system to be used by emergency services in…

TST Systems selected by Home Office as Supplier of Fixed Vehicle Devices for the Emergency Services Network (ESN)

TST Systems Limited (“TST”) has been selected by the Home Office as a Framework Supplier of Fixed Vehicle Devices (FVD) and Accessories to the Emergency Services Network as part of ESMCP, with a potential supply of up to 40,000 units…

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