Grace Industries Inc. is pleased to announce the new “one of a kind” NFPA compliant firefighter Stand-Alone Personal Alert Safety System (PASS) and RF PASS. The National Fire Protection Association
In 2017, Williams Fire & Hazard Control will be bringing the Xtreme Industrial Fire & Hazard Training Workshop to the Asia-Pacific Region, holding class room and field exercises at the
A high professional standard is the expectation for any mature industry and the Australian fire protection industry has been taking significant steps towards maturity in recent years. The signs of that
Simon-Carmichael International Group Ltd. (SIG), manufactures a comprehensive range of World Class Fire Fighting Vehicles under the SIMON and CARMICHAEL UK brand names, serving all sectors of the Fire Fighting
The US Air Force has awarded a $6.2 million contract to replace firefighting foam used in fire vehicles with an environmentally responsible foam to reduce the risk of possible contamination
The Environmental considerations in which firefighters work today is becoming increasingly uncertain and complex. In Australia, rapid changes to building regulations, urban population growth, the security environment, climate change and
In April 2016, a fire alarm went off at Auckland International Airport in New Zealand. The terminal building at the airport, which handles 17 million passengers annually, was evacuated and
The growth of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems has been exponential for the past two decades. In the last 10 years especially, the world has seen solar PV evolve from a
Many were surprised the promised 3rd draft consultation by Queensland’s Department of Environment and Heritage Protection never materialised, when the Minister unexpectedly announced implementation of its final Policy on 8th
A better understanding of the economic costs of disasters and their risks, and the risk-reducing benefits of mitigation, can build a compelling case for what can be implemented now to
The ACT Emergency Services Agency (ESA) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Vanuatu Government in relation to fire and emergency management activities. This arrangement is supported by
Five of Australia’s six most costly natural hazard events have come from different perils: a tropical cyclone, an earthquake, a flood, bushfire and a convective storm. Over the last 20
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