This bumper issue boasts some fantastic and interesting articles and kicks off with Duncan J. White providing the IFF Comment, ‘Life Safety – are we really taking it seriously?’ which looks at the lengths fire and rescue services go in relation to event safety. Frank Preiss and David Munroe ask the question, ‘Why use CAF in ARFF?’ and Ali Karim shares with us ‘The mathematics, physics and chemistry of a BLEVE’.

Chris Gee gives us a fascinating insight into drones with his feature, ‘Future proofing firefighting with drone technology’.

There are also the regular news items, profiles and case studies looking at the latest technology from some of the world’s fire and rescue equipment manufacturers.

Finally, if you are attending FDIC International 2022 in Indianapolis from 25th – 30th April, please don’t forget to visit the International Fire Fighter team. We are on Booth 3679 – come and say hello and pick up your own copy of the latest issue of IFF magazine.

Trains can unexpectedly collide or derail, resulting in spills, leakage or fires of chemicals. Combating such an incident can’t be compared with regular firefighting tasks.

Image courtesy of Rob Jastrzebski.

Miguel A. Hernández Alfocea, Christian Bredewoud, Chris Gee, Dr. Jeff Godfredson, Ellie Johnston, Ali Karim, David Lane, James Mullins, David Munroe, Mark Page, Gavin Parker, Frank Preiss, Vicki Quint, Dr Arindam Samanta, Niels Sekeris, Michele Steinberg

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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