KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysian firefighters have rescued a 60-kilogram Hawksbill turtle from certain death. The turtle was stuck to a floodgate at a power station in northwestern Negeri Sembilan state.
Firefighters were called to the floodgate when the turtle was observed
It is estimated that 20% of the world’s population will be living in Africa within the next 20 years. The Africa story has meant that consumer demands, expectations, lifestyles and business needs are changing drastically.
And this is set to dramatically impact travel
Edinburgh Airport Fire Service UK have commissioned this BMW X5 Incident Command Vehicle designed and supplied to the customers specific requirements by Batley based Angloco Limited.
This new Incident Command Vehicle (ICV) for Edinburgh Airport represents a new, state-of-the-art capability for
A team of fire service women made waves with their debut entry in the United Kingdom Firefighters Sailing Challenge (UKFSC).
HFRS Magenta placed first out of all fire service boats, second overall and first Hampshire boat for the race passage home.
The Mayor of Hurum (Norway) Monica Vee Bratlie, with the Secretary General of the Norwegian Cancer Society, Anne Lise Ryel, were present for the unveiling of Norway's first operational pink fire truck - an initiative from Hurum Municipality. To visualize
The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has warmly welcomed commitments made in the Labour Party manifesto for greater investment in the fire and rescue service.
The manifesto, published today (16 May), confirms that Labour will recruit at least 3,000 new frontline firefighters,
A new code of practice for the investigation of fires and explosions within the criminal justice system is launched today, May 16th2017.
The new Code of Practice is supported by the Chief Fire Officers Association, the Institution of Fire Engineers and
To take account of the company’s continued development and the increasingly complex requirements of international business, the Supervisory Board of Rosenbauer International AG decided at its meeting on May 3, 2017, to reorganise the Executive Board as of May 15,
Regular media reports of exploding mobiles or e-cigarettes – even the near-miss of a drone with a passenger plane – are becoming commonplace. So it’s no surprise that Electrical Safety First’s recent industry seminar, on risk mitigation of lithium batteries