Fire and Rescue Q2, 2014

Published:  30 May, 2014

Fire and Rescue Q2 has been published. To read the e-magazine click on the cover. We are now looking for contributions for our Q3 issue, which will have distribution at the Emergency Services Show and several other international events.

To advertise in the Q3 issue, please contact Kelly Francis, k.francis@hgluk.com, 0044 0207 973 4666.

Synopsis Fire and Rescue Q3

 

Editorial deadline: July 25

Advertising deadline: August 1

Print: August 8

Published: August 20

 

Regulars:

•Product News

•Events

•Fire Ninja

Features:

Strategic Incident Command training

Dr Katherine Lamb from Oxforshire FRS addresses challenges associated with delivering training and assessment for strategic level incident commanders.

In profile: Stansted Airport Fire Service

Stansted Airport Fire Service is responsible at the airport for the response hijackings and therefore have a specific interest in the terrorism side of the threats a modern airport faces. Dave Sloggett reports on training and multi-agency objectives with a special focus on Hazmat and bomb disposal.

Vehicles

F&R looks at the impact of the new Euro VI engine legislation on fire truck technology. Experts discuss the new technology from a manufacturing perspective, while we speak to early adopters about the impact of Euro VI on operations and response.

Foams, powders, gels

F&R brings the latest developments on foams, powders, gels and related delivery systems, including CAFS.

High-rise firefighting

F&R covers new tactics and developments on a worldwide level. We look at  strategies that include approach, suppression, extinguishment, and new equipment.

 

Portable pumps and High Volume Pumps

Pumps are the firefighter’s lifeline, either for establishing water supply to fires or to remove water from flooding scenarios. F&R covers the latest case studies and equipment available worldwide.

 

Training:

Extrication training: several vehicle extrication instructors from all over the globe highlight their single most important lesson for students. Plus an overview of new training aids (books, apps, software), courses, rescue tools and stabilisation and cribbing equipment.

 

Equipment focus:

Lighting

PPE

Thermal imaging cameras

PPV

People that would like to contribute, please get in touch with the editor, Ann-Marie Knegt at am.knegt@hgluk.com

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