A highly anticipated book charting the modern history of the Fire Service from 1997 to 2015 has been published, authored by Peter Murphy and Kirsten Greenhalgh from Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham.
The book, Fire and Rescue Services:
The scrapped Ship The Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Aces has suffered another fire on the beach at Gadani, Pakistan. Last November, almost exactly a year ago, an explosion and fire on the defunct vessel killed 31 workers and seriously injured 58 more. Activists
London Fire Brigade says there will be an increase in serious building fires unless the construction industry starts to take fire safety more seriously.
The responsibility for ensuring buildings are constructed with proper fire safety measures sits with the construction industry
Twenty-four new firefighters have been welcomed into Fire & Rescue New South Wales (FRNSW) at a ceremony at the State Training College in Alexandria.
Minister for Emergency Services Troy Grant congratulated the recruits on successfully completing the training course and joining
Last Thursday (9th Nov), seven people, including a three-year-old girl, were injured after a gas leak caused an explosion at a hotpot restaurant in Taiwan's Changhua County.
The fire occurred when the staff of Bu Lao Guo Hotpot restaurant struggling to
With the smog danger increasing India plans to use firefighters to spray water over parts of New Delhi to combat toxic smog and dust that has triggered a pollution emergency, with conditions expected to worsen over the weekend. Firefighters will
Hytera is proud to reveal its new multi-mode two-way radio, a handset that is the first of its kind in the private radio network industry. The radio supports multi-mode communication across a range of scenarios, from daily business operations to
After meticulous assembly to meet the highest standards, Blueproof has created fully portable functional test oven in accordance with ISO 6182-13 which can demonstrate exactly how Blueproof will activate in the case of a fire.
Following requests from many interested parties who wished
A significant development in production technology allows Paroc to bring lighter weight to the existing, internationally recognised marine offering. Among the first solutions to receive Light Marine treatment are PAROC slabs for A-class steel decks and bulkheads.
The new solutions are