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Kidde Alarmline II sensor cables are a robust, flexible, and economical fire detection method

AlarmLine II digital consists of a range of twin conductor cables with each cable providing a different alarm temperature rating to meet the requirements of a wide range of applications. The sensor cable is constructed of two cores each insulated…

Wednesday, 3 May – Friday, 5 May, 2023 ICC Sydney

Call for Papers Submissions are open now Do you have an interesting fire protection topic?  Do you want to share your insights and expertise with an audience of your peers?   Submit an abstract and you might be a speaker at…

AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ – conference wrap

In person for the first time since 2019, the AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ conference and exhibition took place on 23-26 August at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Over 3,200 attendees gathered across four days to attend 7 streams of presentations and…

Australia’s new fire danger rating system

A new and nationally consistent bushfire danger rating system starts across Australia on 1 September 2022, providing clearer and more accurate information to communities at risk of bushfire. The Australian Fire Danger Rating System brings together the latest science and knowledge of…

Kidde Australia and Xtralis Announce Strategic Partnership

Customers around the world rely on Kidde to deliver superior fire detection and suppression products and services. Today, Kidde is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of fire safety products and a leader in special hazard fire protection system solutions.…

Call for Expression of Interest – State Government Bushfire Volunteer Advisory Committee Members

The Bushfire Association is pleased to announce that a Bushfire Volunteer Advisory Committee is being established and we are seeking expressions of interest from volunteers eager to get involved. Established by the Minister for Emergency Services, this legislated Volunteer Advisory…

Saving lives both on and off the road

The fire sector got an advanced look at the first new Volvo FM Crew cab delivered to the industry at AFAC 2022 in Adelaide today. Unveiled on behalf of the ACT Emergency Services Agency, this Volvo FM crew cab has…

AFAC22 will host the big conversations and latest innovations for the fire and emergency management sector

The agenda for this year’s AFAC22 Conference and Exhibition is loaded with big topics such as reducing risk in the changing climate, the new Australian Fire Danger Rating System, women in emergency management, lithium battery fires and so much more.…

Fire Protection:  Keeping you safe

How does the fire protection industry minimise the risk of fire?  Can members of the public feel safe where they live, work, and play?  What do practitioners do to protect life, property, and the environment?  This September is National Fire…

Security & Fire Excellence Awards

FREE ENTRY With just two weeks to go, we are now in the critical period for entry promotion and I would be very grateful if you could please give a wholehearted push and cajole across your platforms to encourage your…

Secutech Vietnam opens in Ho Chi Minh City after a three-year pandemic pause

Following Secutech in Taipei earlier this year, another influential trade fair for the security and fire safety industries is making its homecoming this week. Located in one of the most promising markets in South East Asia, Secutech Vietnam is preparing…

Fast fill pumps – Water for the troops

Our volunteers and professional fire fighters including National Parks folk put their lives at risk to protect from the ravages of bushfires. Although we “dodged a bullet” last summer, one of the wettest on record, we know the growth generated…

Flooded in 2022? Share your experience to improve flood safety

A new research project is seeking to learn from the experiences of those affected by flooding in New South Wales and Queensland this year, to gather vital insights on preparedness and response and reduce future flood risk. Conducted by Natural…

GAAM Emergency Products introduces MK150 KUHP pump set into the Australian market

The GAAM MK150 pump set has been engineered and developed for tactical firefighting to meet the needs of emergency services. This new generation water-cooled diesel-powered fire fighting pump set has the capacity to supply both ultra-high-pressure and volume combined, as…

Register for free AFAC exhibition tickets 

This one’s for you, volunteers and front-line emergency management personnel  Paramedics, health and community services, safety, police rescue, defence, mining – all sectors of emergency management that would be unthinkable without first-responders and on-the-ground volunteers and personnel.   The annual AFAC22…

AFAC22 exhibition passes for Volunteers

Are you a brigade member or SES member who would like to go to the AFAC22 Exhibition in Adelaide and receive a complimentary $20 lunch voucher? The 3-day free pass entitles you to multi day entrance to the exhibition and…

Dyne Fire Protection Labs’ New Service – Listed Antifreeze Verification

Dyne Fire Protection Labs is excited to announce the growth of our laboratory services to include a listed antifreeze verification service. The current, 2020 edition of NFPA 25, the Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection…

Save the date! Fire Australia 2023

Wednesday, 3 May to Friday, 5 May, 2023 International Convention Centre, Sydney Join 2,000 attendees and 80+ exhibitors for three days of industry-leading content and peer networking opportunities.    Exhibition Opportunities Sponsorship Opportunities Contact the Fire Australia Events Team to discuss the…

The future of fire-safe fibres

Fire + Emergency Rescue: Uniforms & Apparel Systems – AFAC 2022  ADA (Australian Defence Apparel) is scheduled to release a suite of future-focused apparel innovations in the fire and emergency rescue space at the 2022 AFAC Conference & Exhibition in Adelaide. …

K-Magnaplug® for Rapid Repair in a Snap!

Steel is a conventional and dependable material for equipment such as silos, chutes, bins and hoppers, as well as irrigation piping and elbow fittings. However as robust as steel may be, steel can also be subjected to abrasion, allowing holes…

The Australian State of New South Wales communities on high alert for flooding with 85,000 under evacuation orders, warnings

Communities along the Hunter and Mid North Coast north of Sydney remain on high alert as heavy rainfall totals exceeding 100mm are set to fall on Wednesday, while more than 85,000 people remain under evacuation orders or warnings. The State…

AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ exhibition

The AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ exhibition will occupy 12,000sqm of gross exhibition space with close to 200 exhibiting companies already committed as of early June 2022. Representing local and global brands, AFAC22 powered by INTERSCHUTZ exhibition halls will be a…

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