We have made it to the end of the second year and what a fantastic two years it has been. The success of UK Fire magazine has been down to the hard work of the whole MDM Team and the fantastic encouragement and feedback received from readers and advertisers alike – our thanks to you all.

This issue is packed full of in-depth and interesting features, from the latest industry news and product announcements as well as specialist feature editorial, you will not be disappointed.

As is the tradition, editor Phil Martin kicks off the issue with his Editor’s Comment and with a further eighteen in-depth and informative articles, we are sure that you will find the issue interesting – lookout for the fascinating company and product profiles.

Check out Iain Cox’s article which asks the question, ‘Are we asking the right questions when it comes to fire risk?’ in addition to ‘The chicken or the egg?’ from Martin Wingrove who provides a fascinating insight in the world of business continuity.

We are honoured to carry a special feature on Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service, provided by Mark Hewitt, who gives us an exciting insight into the work of this remote but beautiful county fire and rescue service.Enjoy this issue and please continue to share your comments with us – it’s your publication as well as ours and we are always looking for ways to improve the magazine.

Finally, if you are attending FDIC International 2020 in Indianapolis, USA from 20th – 25th April, please don’t forget to visit the MDM team. We are on Booth 3479 – come and say hello and sign up for your free subscription to any of our publications.

Cambridge International Airport has installed flame and beam detectors in one of its hangars to protect workers during aircraft spray-painting.
Image courtesy of FFE.

Raman Chagger, Daniel Cossio, Iain Cox, Matthew Foley, Tom Guldner, Mark Hewitt, William Makant, Paul Parkes, Anja Schäfers, Ged Smart, Andy Starnes, Laura Stephenson, Andrew Taylor, Martin Wingrove, Craig Wells.

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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