This latest issue boasts fantastic and interesting articles from the industry’s best and most renowned authors.

We are delighted to have Amy Hanifan, President of Women in Fire, writing the IFF Comment. Amy highlights her personal experiences as a female firefighter and how Women in Fire are working with partners and stakeholders to see ‘Recruiting for inclusion’.

With fourteen educational articles, company and product profiles and news from across the globe, this issue will certainly not disappoint.

Check out Sean and Briana Scott’s fascinating feature titled ‘Dioxins – the most hazardous substance in structure fire environments’ looking at post-structure fire settings, where plastics, synthetic materials, or household products made with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) have burned, and where extremely hazardous
and carcinogenic chemicals are created.

Jacob McAfee provides a compelling insight into the importance of ‘Pre-fire planning’ with a focus on aviation incidents, while Chris Gannon looks at how getting a genuinely independent assessment provides Chiefs or City Managers with an understanding of how they are performing, in his feature ‘Fire Service review
– a wise investment’.

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 and we are looking forward to catching up with you at a trade show in 2022. If you are going to Intersec in January, drop by Stand 3-H36 and say hello to the MDM Team, you’ll be guaranteed a warm welcome.

Industrial fire brigades are showing increasing interest in turbine fire fighting systems. The Turbine Response System (TRS) has been developed using turbines that generate a powerful watermist with very fine water droplets.

Image courtesy of Liberty Gasturbine Holland.

Miguel A. Hernández Alfocea, Ulrich Amberg, Antony Bholah, Neil Bibby, Lucian Deaton, Catherine Dorrough, Bill Dungey, Chris Gannon, Amy Hanifan, Kees Kappetijn, Jacob McAfee, Briana Scott, Sean Scott, Michele Steinberg, Ed Sullivan, Peter Wolff, Bruce Wong

International Fire Fighter is the leading global publication for municipal and industrial fire fighters and the fire and rescue industry.

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 world.

Regular product and company profiles, events updates and news make International Fire Fighter the first choice read for fire and rescue professionals.

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