A visit to the Emergency Services Show provides a very practical way for fire and rescue personnel to prepare for future incidents and progress their career development. Taking place at the NEC on 23rd and 24th September, the event has attracted over 400 exhibiting companies. Entry and parking is free.
Focus on Vital Role of Voluntary Sector
In an era of austerity cuts there has never been more reason to increase the dialogue and co-operation between the emergency services and the voluntary sector. Something that the Emergency Response Zone (ERZ) at The Emergency Services Show is specifically designed to facilitate.
Voluntary sector partners you can meet in the Emergency Response Zone include: 4×4 Response; Bay Search and Rescue; British Red Cross; Cave Rescue; Maritime Voluntary Service; Mountain Rescue; National Association of Community First Responders;
National Search and Rescue Dog Association; Royal Life Saving Society; Royal National Lifeboat Institute; RSPCA; Search And Rescue Assistance in Disasters; St John Ambulance and The Salvation Army, to name just a few.
Other exhibiting organisations of interest to the readers of IFF include Firefighters Race Team (in aid of the Firefighters Charity), Fire Brigades Union, Road Safety GB Academy and the Arson Prevention Forum, for example.
To register for free entry visit www.emergencyuk.com
The NEC is physically linked to Birmingham International Station and Birmingham Airport and is directly accessible from the UK motorway network. Parking for visitors and exhibitors is free of charge.