FIRE Conference returns for its third year

Following another successful conference last November which saw over 400 delegates in attendance, FIRE 2022 is set to return later this year. Traditionally organised collaboratively between the Fire Protection Association (FPA), Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) and the National Fire…

Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Chief appointed joint climate change lead at Fire Chief’s Council

Climate change is increasingly one of the biggest challenges facing fire and rescue services across the country. In Warwickshire, more extreme weather events impact directly on the type and frequency of incidents, such as flooding and wildfires.   The National Fire…

UK firefighters to deliver food and medicines, drive ambulances, and retrieve bodies during COVID-19 crisis

UK firefighters will be able to deliver food and medicines, drive ambulances, and retrieve dead bodies during the coronavirus outbreak in an unprecedented agreement between the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), fire chiefs, and Fire and Rescue Employers. For the first…

AEI Cables supports sprinkler systems campaign

Specialist in fire performance AEI Cables is supporting the campaign for increasing the use of sprinkler systems as new research reveals the benefits they bring in the interests of lives and property. Latest national research carried out by the National Fire…

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