This latest issue boasts fantastic and interesting articles from the industry’s best and most renowned authors.
We are delighted to have Major General Jean-Claude Gallet, Commandant of the Paris Fire Brigade writing the IFF Comment. Jean-Claude explores how there is a need for first responders to be aware of the boundaries and pressures of each organisation involved in his article, ‘Crisis management: create meaning to stop the chaos’. With a further thirteen educational articles, company and product profiles and news from across the globe, this issue is will not disappoint.
Check out Roger Startin’s article titled ‘Protection by design’, Sophie Washington provides a compelling insight into the latest legs of her journey through South America in her article ‘Firetreks – the journey so far’ and Dr Nigel Blumire takes a look at the issues surrounding modern batteries in his feature ‘Battery safety’.
Finally, if you are attending Intersec 2020 in Dubai in January please pop by Stand 3-G35, say hello and pick up a free copy of IFF64.
Happy reading and many thanks for your continued support.
Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season from the whole of the team here at MDM Publishing.
Diesel, a search and rescue dog with the Scottish FRS, has been awarded ‘Animal of the Year’ at the International Fund for Animal Welfare awards – pictured with his handler Gary Carroll.
Image courtesy of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
Dr. Nigel Blumire, Ian Dunbar, Duncan Ferner, Jean-Claude Gallet, Tony Gray, Andy Ibbetson, Colleen Mannelly Jones, Andras T. Peller, Roger Startin, Sophie Washington, Lee Wikes, Mike Wixted