Essential rescue equipment: heading to the Thames
Reach and Rescue has public rescue equipment in over 25 cities in the UK and is finally heading to the capital, thanks to lastminute.com. The company will be installing their Portsafes in the pontoons beneath the London Eye to reduce…
Learn about water safety – fire crews and partners raise awareness of dangers with public events
Residents and visitors to some of Norfolk’s most scenic waterside spots are invited to find out more about water safety from the county’s fire crews. Fire and rescue crews will build on public engagement work already undertaken this year, and…
A mother who tragically lost her son warns of the dangers of open water
The mother of a young man from Fife who tragically lost his life last summer at a local beauty spot is warning of the dangers of open water. Keivan Ulhaq, 20, had been socialising with friends at Lochore Meadows, known…
Sottish Fire and Rescue issues frozen-water warning
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is warning communities across Scotland to stay clear of frozen water as temperatures drop. The national service is urging the public to be aware of the risks of going onto, or allowing children…
Keeping safe while working in flood events

I recently had a participant on a water-rescue programme who had worked with a rescue team out in Oman when they tragically lost a colleague in a flood-related incident. A skilled professional made a simple mistake, costing his life. I’ve…

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