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The need for fire-fighting and rescue organisations to optimise their costs is not a new concept, but it is fair

Dry winter conditions created a Canadian fire season which was dominated by an unusually large number of forest fires, some

September 12, 2015: Lake County, California. A fire starts and expands rapidly just north of the California wine country. It

It is a rare firefighter who, in the excitement of a fire event, thinks of a fire scene as a

From turnout gear, helmet, gloves and boots, to self-contained breathing apparatus, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is designed to protect firefighters

The USAR capability in New Zealand falls on the shoulders of the New Zealand Fire Service. Their taskforce has a

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A new portable airborne and surface decontamination solution from Scott Safety (Stand R2000) will debut at Safety & Health Expo

Firefighters in Glasgow spent the morning of 20th May tackling a tenement fire in the East End of the city. The

The 18th annual Critical Communications World opens its doors at the RAI Amsterdam in May. Following on from last year’s success

By Ranga Sirilal and Shihar Aneez COLOMBO (Reuters) - More than 150 people are feared dead after they were buried under

Capita Communication and Control Solutions has partnered with Fujitsu Australia to deliver a unified Emergency Services Computer Aided Dispatch (ESCAD)

An earthquake exercise has been held by the University of Portsmouth and Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service. Students, who are studying

Armstrong Marine have recently announced that the Boston Fire Department has unveiled the name of its new Armstrong Marine fire/rescue

An autistic schoolboy has smashed his £999 fundraising target for The Fire Fighters Charity after embarking on an epic challenge. Andrew