The Emergency Services Show takes place in Hall 5 at the NEC, Birmingham from 21-22 September 2016. With a host of new features and impressive showcase of successful collaborations, it is an event not to be missed.
A number of exhibitors will be available to speak to visitors about collaborative projects. London Fire Brigade will be showcasing the results of Exercise Unified Response. Staff from Humberside Fire & Rescue Services will be available to speak to visitors about a number of health related partnerships in Hull.
Meanwhile a free two-day seminar programme in the Learning Zone (curated and inspired by JESIP and the National Operational Guidance Programme) will review the multi-agency responses to recent incidents, identify the operational challenges and capture positive learning.
Home Safety 2016 is an exciting new show running alongside The Emergency Services Show 2016, where emergency services will share collaborative approaches to helping people live safely at home and equipment suppliers will showcase the latest specialist equipment for the safe home. Speakers will include a number of fire and rescue services who have expanded their work into the health area by working alongside the NHS, as well as partnering other agencies such as Age UK and the Alzheimer’s Society.
As well as showcasing drone suppliers, the new Drone Zone will bring together industry specialists and end-users who will be making presentations on UAV technology and sharing their experiences with delegates.
PPE seminars will be co-sponsored by WL Gore & Associates, whose European Product Specialist, Christophe Didelol, will present a session on the impact of moisture on thermal protection in structural fire fighter clothing.
Aimed at developing partnerships between voluntary organisations, NGOs and the fire and rescue services, The Collaboration Zone is a networking focus of the exhibition.
Entry to the exhibition and seminars, as well as parking is free. Register online today www.emergencyuk.com where you can plan your visit.