Issue 78 – July 2021

Prior to Covid-19, this was a typical group for apparatus training in large gatherings. Will we ever get back to this intimate level of training? That question remains…
Training during and after the pandemic: what some feel may be the new norm

As we started 2020, the pandemic was just getting a grip on the world and…

From left to right: Nikki Upton, Georgina Gilbert, Beci Newton (however, Beci has had to withdraw from the team due to a change in personal circumstances), Nakita Ross, Rebecca Rowe and Alison Kibblewhite.
Antarctic Fire Angels – Skiing coast-to-coast across Antarctica in November 2023

We are a team of firefighters from South Wales Fire and Rescue Service and London…

Artist’s impression of the Strength & Conditioning and Rehabilitation Virtual Environment (STRiVE).
Transformation of the Civil Defence Academy to meet the challenges of tomorrow

As our operating environment continues to evolve, firefighting, rescue and pre-hospital emergency care have become…

AFAC21 will showcase emergency management equipment, technology and services all under one roof over four days.
AFAC21 – Balancing impact and expectations

As recent emergency events have shown, there’s an evolving extreme that is producing new challenges…

The HEROIQ Fatigue Management screen provides IMTs an overview of every person on their incident.
HEROIQ – Bringing incident management into the 21st century

For decades, incident responses for natural disasters and prescribed operations have been managed with paper-based…

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