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The Grenfell Tower public inquiry must be “a watershed for fire safety”, says the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). The UK Government has announced the terms of reference for the inquiry. Prime Minister Theresa May has accepted in full the recommendations by

Simply put, at the very basis of the fire industry are numbers. These numbers can be complex or not wholly understood and this undermines their value and uses within the fire industry. The fire industry calling is a noble one. It

The recent fires in Grenfell Tower (London) and The Torch (Dubai) have highlighted the need for improvements with Tall Building design, construction, management, and firefighting. The Tall Building Fire Safety Network offers regular courses and conferences on Tall Building Fire

The first Water Mist Seminar in Poland will be held in Cracow (Galaxy Hotel) on 15th November 2017. The organizer of the event is the International Water Mist Association (IWMA). The web page for the seminar in Cracow has now been activated

All visitors to The Emergency Services Show can strengthen their professional development by attending a choice of over 50 sessions in the show’s four CPD-accredited seminar theatres covering: Lessons Learnt, Innovation, Health & Wellbeing and Road Safety. The two-day event takes place in Hall 5 at the NEC, Birmingham on 20 and 21

The Solo range complies with international codes and standards. It is a cost-effective, portable and versatile solution, used by fire professionals around the world. The universal smoke and heat test unit was designed with the focus on keeping test time to

From the 5th to the 8th of September, E2S Warning Signals will be exhibiting at Offshore Europe Aberdeen. As the world’s leading independent signalling manufacturer E2S will be demonstrating their extensive range of alarm horn sounders, beacons, loudspeakers and call points. The E2S

New South Wales Fire and Rescue arrived on scene yesterday to find a large construction crane had collapsed onto an apartment block. The crane which was being erected was left leaning against a building with 88 units. All 160 residents

The Tsukiji fish market, the world's largest and one of Tokyo’s most popular tourist sites, was the scene of a major fire on Thursday. Dozens of firefighters have battled a blaze. The fire was in Tsukiji's "outer" market - an

Fires had spread to more than 60ha of fields and forests in Aceh, Sumatra and some residents had been taken to hospital due to breathing problems due to the haze. Indonesia's disaster agency has warned of an increasing threat of forest