Bristol’s World Class Product Innovation and Development Facility Expands

Bristol Uniforms’ Product Innovation and Development (PID) facility, the nerve centre for all new product development, has expanded its team and moved into a new custom-designed studio. Bristol’s specialist technical designers use the latest Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to…

Integrated In-House Capability

Throughout its 50 year involvement in the design and manufacture of world class firefighter PPE, Bristol has always retained full control over its design and production which is all undertaken in its own research and manufacturing facilities across Europe. Adopting…

Concorde Trading Company celebrates 40 years with Bristol

Bristol’s strategy of building a worldwide network of appointed distributors began in 1975 when Concorde Trading Company in Abu Dhabi was appointed to be the company’s first representative. To celebrate this historic 40th anniversary of a successful working partnership, Bristol…

Head-to-TOE Marine Firefighters PPE

Bristol’s marine firefighter PPE, its Fleet Suit, has been expanded with the addition of compatible helmets, boots and gloves providing a comprehensive head-to-toe personal protection solution of marine firefighters. All garments in the range are certified to MarED standards. Operating…

New EN469: 2005 Level 2 firefighter bike suit

A new, lighter weight firefighter motorcycle protective garment is a recent addition to Bristol’s firefighter PPE range, which has the flexibility to be used as structural protection to EN469:2005 Level 2 and as a bike suit meeting the appropriate mechanical impact protection required…

Greater Manchester becomes the first Fire and Rescue Service to adopt Bristol’s new LayerFlex Firefighting Garments

An innovative layered approach to garment design sees Greater Manchester become the first UK fire and rescue service to meet all its response duties in one garment in which the different levels and types of protection for structural, USAR and…

Airport firefighting – protection and training for unique hazards

They happen rarely, but when they do, air accidents at or near airports present rescuers and firefighters with particular challenges which are quite different from those met daily by structural firefighters. Despite the media coverage given to mid-air aircraft accidents,…

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