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Signs For Safety, the leading manufacturer of safety signage in the UK, today announced the launch of a new concept in emergency first aid chart design. With a greater emphasis on data retrieval speeds, they hope it will lead to

In 2018, EUSAS and Euralarm will organise the second edition of the EUSAS-Euralarm Conference. Next year’s topic will be ‘Fire Safety and Security in the Aviation Sector’. The event will be hosted by Airbus and will take place at the Airbus

Making its debut at Intersec 2018 4EVAC will showcase its innovative Compact 500 voice evacuation system alongside its 4EVAC LoopDrive Fault Isolator Module (FIM). The Compact 500 is set apart as a ‘system in a box’. Launched in 2015 as a

Two people arrested following the deaths of three children in a house fire in Salford, Greater Manchester, UK  have appeared in court today charged with Murder, arson and four counts of attempted murder, they have been remanded in custody until their

We are pleased to announce that our Intersec 2018 Profile and Exhibitor Showcase is now online at our sister site Gulf Fire. Please click here to vist Gulf Fire and the Intersec 2018 Profile and Exhibitor Showcase.

Victaulic, the world’s leading producer of mechanical pipe joining solutions, announces the European premiere of its Refuse-to-FuseTM solution. This new technique enables HDPE (high-density polyethylene) pipes to be coupled without the need for fusion. HDPE (high-density polyethylene) pipes are widely known and popular

On the 6th of December, one passenger was killed, and fourteen other people were injured after a Five Stars express bus travelling from Singapore was involved in a collision with two lorries on Malaysia's North-South Expressway near Gopeng, Perak. A total of

A tropical cyclone ‘Cempaka’ landed on Indonesia's main island of Java killed 41 people, the country's disaster agency said from Java, more than double the initial toll, with tens of thousands displaced by severe flooding and landslides. Among the victims

Central Japan, hazardous materials explosion kills at least one worker and 11 others injured in an explosion and fire that broke out Friday (Dec 1) at a chemical factory just a few kilometres from Mount Fuji. Residents living within 100 metres of

Australian farmers are losing tonnes and tonnes of feed stock through lightning strikes this storm season. One farming family has lost a large hay and barley straw stack to a raging inferno, still smouldering three days later, sparked by lightning

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