The Emergency Services Show returns to Hall 5 and the outdoor display area at the NEC, Birmingham from 22 to 23 September 2020. There, visitors can source the very latest kit and discover emerging technologies, whilst networking with partner agencies with whom they could collaborate at future fire and rescue operations. Organisers have announced there will be dedicated seminar theatres for Health & Wellbeing, Lessons Learnt, Digital Transformation, Emerging Technologies and Future Policing.
The Emergency Services Show is the UK’s largest event for the emergency services. It is free-to-attend and features over 450 exhibiting companies and organisations as well as live demonstrations, simulated training and CPD-accredited seminars. The impressive indoor and outdoor exhibition is a one-stop shop for sourcing all the latest services and equipment required for emergency response and keeping the public safe from threats such as fires, floods, road traffic accidents and terrorist attacks. Exhibiting companies include leading names in search and rescue, extrication, communications, IT, protective clothing and uniforms, vehicles and fleet, vehicle equipment, outsourcing, training, community safety, and water rescue.
The event presents the ideal opportunity to meet, network and collaborate with colleagues within the emergency services, government departments, voluntary sector partners and NGOs.
In 2019, The Emergency Services Show attracted a total of 8,300 visitors from the fire and rescue, police and ambulance services plus partner agencies, including government departments, HM Coastguard, RNLI and other first responders, making it the biggest event in its 14-year history.
Entry to the event, and car parking, at the NEC Birmingham, are both free of charge. All fire & rescue service, including DFRMO, airports, refineries, pharmaceutical and industrial brigades are invited to register online at www.emergencyuk.co.uk
Companies and organisations wanting to book a stand at The Emergency Services Show 2020 should contact: David Brown on 020 8947 9177 or email: [email protected]