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Magirus AirCore – A new generation of firefighting

The efficiency of water mist in beating fires is no secret in the firefighter community. Water mist has a greater cooling effect and needs less water at the same time. The problem so far was, that with traditional methods and…

Gore enhances – GORE-TEX Moisture Barriers

As part of the company’s total commitment to consistently delivering best in class products that mitigate the risks faced by firefighters, W.L. Gore and Associates has enhanced the performance of all its GORE-TEX Moisture Barriers to include protection from blood…

Fire & Rescue Department of Malaysia Director General

The Fire & Rescue Department of Malaysia appointed the Director General Mohammad Hamdan Wahid with effect from 11 June 2018. The letter of commision on the appointment of Mohammad Hamdan Wahid was presented by the Chief Secretary of Malaysian Government…

Changing for the better at AFAC18

This year the premier annual conference for the emergency management sector, AFAC18 powered by INTERSCHUTZ, returned to Perth for the first time in six years. Over 2,800 attendees came together to explore the changes to their industry and the communities…

Kunkook Easy Lock – Aspirating smoke detection pipes and fittings

With today’s smart and intelligent super-high-rise buildings and the increase in the number of data centres, a fire-detection system needs to be precise and accurate to perform its role efficiently. This has increased market demand for highly sensitive smoke detectors,…

PGI, Inc. – Introduction of FireLine Multi Mission Dual Certified garments

Firefighters and departments are trained and prepared to respond to a wide variety of situations involving fires, explosions, rescues, medical emergencies, hazardous conditions and natural disasters. They also respond to nonemergency service calls, good intent calls and false alarms. Less…

Jacinto – You know us, you trust us – The company, the new urban vehicle and the ARFF Lusitano

For over 30 years building fire fighting vehicles of excellence, Jacinto attends to all the requests of its clients by customizing the vehicle to meet their needs, integrating the customer in the same project. Due to the materials most used,…

Viking Launches Mobile Support App For Sprinkler Installers

The Viking Group, Inc., a global leader in fire protection and life safety systems, today announced the launch of a new mobile app to provide technical assistance to installers in the field. The Valve & System Support App acts like…

Kentec Launches New Soloution For The Remote Management Of Fire Events

Kentec, a leading manufacturer of life-critical control systems, has launched Vizulinx, a sophisticated yet easy to use fire alarm management solution to enable building managers and service providers to monitor and control fire systems remotely. Highly configurable using an embedded…

TLX Technologies – Actuator designed for systems with operating pressures to 300 Bar

TLX Technologies introduced its newest actuation device for fire suppression systems at the 2018 Intersec Expo in Dubai, UAE. This patented, high-pressure supervised latching actuator allows for fully-engaged installation detection and is tailored to systems with operating pressures of 200-300…

ESKA Australia Ares – Leading the way

Since the release of the current Australia/New Zealand Structural Fire Fighting Glove Standard AS/NZS 2161.6:2014, we have seen an advancement in the quality of Structural Fire Fighting Gloves offered into this market sector. With this newest 2014 edition being the…

WinDuct® – Smoke kills but not fire!

In the event of a fire, most people believe that the flame is the main cause of death but in reality and confirmed by fire fighters and professionals, the main killer is the SMOKE! Fire produces intense hear and hot…

Ziegler Vehicle delivery of two Z6 for the airport Batam/Indonesia

Airport fire fighting and rescue vehicles are regarded as the premier class of the fire fighting vehicles. For the design and the production of these vehicles, special skills and state-of-the-art technology is needed. Since 1969, practical powerful solutions are developed…

2018 Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference

Bringing together over 500 leading representatives from fire, police, ambulance, emergency, rescue, volunteer, defence and health sectors, the Australian & New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference will welcome delegates to the Star, Gold Coast from the 21 – 22…

2018 Australian and New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference

Now in its fourth year, the 2018 Australian & New Zealand Search and Rescue Conference (ANZSAR) continues to be a pivotal event for the search and rescue community across all disciplines of air, land and sea. This year’s Conference will…

NFPA façade risk assessment research presented at Fire Australia 2018

Developed by the NFPA’s Fire Protection Research Foundation, the new Exterior Facade Fire Evaluation Comparison Tool (EFFECT) aims to help global building owners, facility managers and governments to proactively assess the risk to high rise buildings from combustible façade cladding.…

Evacuation of vulnerable persons by lifts

We have an ageing population, greater levels of obesity and a growing awareness of the challenges of people with disabilities. This has the potential to increase the number of vulnerable people in health and aged care buildings who need to protected, moved or evacuated in the event of a fire or other emergencies.

In the context of this article, a vulnerable person is considered to be someone who is incapable of moving away from a fire or smoke or evacuating without some form of assistance from others. This vulnerability may be due to age (e.g. the very young or very old), a temporary disability (e.g. patients in ICU or in a surgery or recovery ward in a hospital) or due to a permanent disability of either a physical or cognitive nature. Hospitals and aged care facilities are two forms of building that have a significant proportion of such persons, although vulnerable persons may be present in other residential buildings or work places.

Pyroplex – The importance of certification for passive fire protection

With a staggering amount of construction taking place across the region, and with fire safety a primary consideration in building design, the challenge for all parties involved is to effectively certify their fire safety strategy to align with the Hong…

Korea Fire Safety Association – Dreaming of the world’s representative safety organization beyond Korea

I would guess that many people have known ‘A theory of human motivation’ of Abraham Harold Maslow, an American psychologist. The theory consists of 5 elements, and one of them is safety needs. Human being has a strong desire to…

Kussmaul Electronics Co., Inc. – Quality, integrity, durability and service meet to provide severe duty products

Kussmaul Electronics Co., Inc. was founded in September 1967 in the USA by Ernest A. Kussmaul. He started in the back of his garage (10 x 20 ft. area), initially as an Engineering Consulting Service, then manufacturing other peoples’ products,…

Patol – Adding thermal imaging to its fire detection offering for waste recycling

Industrial fire detection specialist Patol has extended its capabilities in protecting recycling plants and waste processing facilities from fire with the announcement that the company is now offering thermal infrared cameras, ideally suited for internal waste reception and storage areas.…

Bristol Uniforms – Safety in the hood

The first duty of firefighting PPE has always been to protect the crew from the immediate external risks associated with exposure to heat and flame. However in recent years, research has raised additional concerns about firefighters’ health, which has prompted…

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