See the latest firefighting technology and hear examples of successful multi-agency working at The Emergency Services Show, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on 23rd and 24th September. The free-to-attend event features three seminar programmes covering training, innovation and collaboration and has attracted over 400 exhibiting organisations.
The indoor and outdoor exhibition is a one-stop shop for sourcing all the latest services and equipment. Exhibiting companies include leading names in firefighting equipment, search and rescue, extrication, communications, IT, protective clothing and uniforms, outsourcing, training, medical, community safety, station facilities, water rescue and vehicles.
Terberg Fire & Rescue will launch its Telstar vehicle (Terberg Emergency Life-saving Support Tactical Ancillary Rescue) at the show. It has been uniquely designed to provide both fire service and first co-response ambulance support.
In the Innovation Theatre Steve Pratten, Community Response Manager, East Midlands Ambulance Services will share details of a joint ambulance conveyance project with Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue Service.
Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service will present an overview of the multi agency response to the Alton Towers incident In the Training Theatre.
Members of the West Midlands Fire Service Research and Development team will discuss the future of multi-agency emergency response and in a separate session share how they have deployed some of the latest technological advancements such as drones and body worn video.
The NEC is next to Birmingham International Station and directly accessible by motorway. Visitor entry and parking are free.
To register please visit www.emergencyuk.com