Crofton Engineering Ltd have been delivering training structures to the British Fire Service for more than 60 years, with their steel fire training towers and buildings in service at over 450 fire stations and training centres in the UK and abroad.
With the modern fire service operational activity developing towards USAR, SWAH and rope rescue work, in conjunction with brigades, Crofton has evolved bespoke training towers specifically designed to facilitate a variety of realistic rope rescue training scenarios.
At the 2015 Emergency Services Show, Crofton Engineering’s prominent stand will feature a training tower with a sloping roof, a crane jib, and a confined space cage. During the Show a specialist team of experienced firefighters will demonstrate SWAH and rope rescue techniques to demonstrate the versatility of Crofton’s cost-effective training structures.
In addition to supplying carbonaceous fire behaviour training units, Crofton Engineering can now also offer LPG FBTU’s that deliver a new standard of repeatable firefighter training experience and outcomes.
Leading the Crofton team on the stand will be Director Glen Godfrey, along with Wayne Porter (also a Director and ex-Lincolnshire FRS); Andy Barker (ex- Greater Manchester FRS); and former CFO Neil Wallington. Crofton’s gas engineering partner company will also be present.