Ankara firefighters, reinforced with new personnel, prepare for the field 150 new firefighters, who were appointed on merit and took up their duties, have now started receiving Basic Firefighting training after Basic Occupational Health and Safety training. The theoretical and practical training will continue until May. The Ankara Metropolitan MunicipalityRead More →

This is when Dublin firefighters removed a ring from a man’s finger using a HACKSAW. The man and his fiancée arrived at Donnybrook Fire Station seeking help last night. 2 Donnybrook firefighters used traditional methods last night to remove a ring from a gentleman’s fingerCredit: https://www.instagram.com/dubfirebrigade/ And firefighters spent moreRead More →

the devastator Particularly frightening was the fire that swept across the left flank of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain in April 2021. “The smoke was so thick,” 26-year-old firefighter Tarren January said, recalling hSince then, the small fire at Devil’s Peak has quickly spread to the University of Cape TownRead More →

London Fire Brigade announced this morning, Saturday March 19, that three firefighters from the brigade have started their journey to Poland where they will provide much needed firefighting equipment and kit to those on the fire line. Ukrainian front. The kit, transported by a 22-vehicle convoy, will be handed overRead More →

Jim Quinn of the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) was speaking to the News Letter after Peter O’Reilly – the current boss – resigned under mysterious circumstances. He had only been in the job for six months and the fire department gave no reason for his resignation. Mr O’Reilly – theRead More →

London firefighters are now prioritizing incidents involving ‘life-threatening’ after being bombarded with 550 calls in less than three hours, including some ‘unnecessary calls’ Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Storm Eunice: The roof of the O2 arena damaged due to high winds LondonRead More →

I Ondon Fire Brigade has declared a ‘major incident’ due to the high volume of 999 calls it is receiving regarding Storm Eustice. “We have declared a major incident in response to the volume of 999 calls taken about #StormEunice related incidents,” he tweeted on Friday afternoon. “Firefighters are alwaysRead More →

community, Volunteer firefighters from the Old Bar Rural Fire Brigade prepared and drove through town on Monday evening (February 7) in preparation for upcoming training. Advanced Firefighter Sharon Gatt and Village Firefighter Jodie Queribin walked from Wyden Street Station to Taree Old Bar Surf Club and back to prepare forRead More →

Gelsenkirchen Gelsenkirchen: apartment fire in Schalke – but the fire brigade has a problem! Keep? Stop? What do these font terms really mean? Keep? Stop? What do these font terms really mean? show description Gelsenkirchen. bad luck in Gelsenkirchen– Schalke! Shortly after midnight, firefighters Gelsenkirchen received several emergency calls. CallersRead More →

County Cork Firefighters had to turn down an excellent application to join Bandon Fire Station as the future firefighter was only eight years old. Little Holly O Mahoney sent a brilliant hand-written CV to firefighters arguing that because she’s short she can ‘fit into small places’, adding: ‘and I won’tRead More →

dmr | 2022-01-27 Considering the needs of different units such as branch, brigade and squadron for daily and emergency relief communications, BelFone Communication has planned a three-level communication network. With social instability and natural disasters causing losses increasing year by year, urban management and emergency management are important tasks forRead More →

Fire chiefs were lambasted in Sir Martin Moore-Bick’s 935-page report into the devastating blaze. London’s fire brigade was plagued by “institutional failures” and its preparation for a Grenfell-style hellhole was “seriously inadequate”, the retired judge found in 2019. But he also ruled that the tower’s cladding panels breached building regulationsRead More →

Mumbai: Highlighting the negligent approach of many housing companies to fire safety standards, a random fire audit conducted by the Mumbai Fire Department found that 200 out of 223 housing companies inspected did not complain about fire safety standards fire. Mumbai firefighters slapped notices to 133 of these housing corporations.Read More →

Dublin firefighters have issued a warning about the potential devastation of house fires caused by cigarettes and vapes this Christmas. Some people even block smoke alarms when they go off from cigarette smoke, a practice fire chiefs have called a “dangerous game”. DFB said: “It is not unusual for usRead More →

As the Grenfell investigation slowly draws to a close and the government begins to assess the recommendations of the investigation reports, the fire and rescue services will be increasingly pressed to carry out more inspections and to prosecute. more often. There will probably be more cases in the Magistrates’ andRead More →

To help fight fires in high-rise buildings, densely populated residential areas and crowded slum pockets, Mumbai firefighters introduced their new fleet of firefighting vehicles two weeks ago. To help fight fires in tall buildings, densely populated residential areas and crowded slum pockets, Mumbai firefighters presented their latest fleet of firefightingRead More →

A Dublin fire engine was out of order on Halloween night after its windshield was smashed in “indiscriminate violence” against the brave crews. Fortunately, none of the firefighters inside were injured after the insensitive crash of the Dolphin’s Barn fire truck, which then could not be used on the busiestRead More →

Dublin Fire Boss issues major warning over ‘unpredictable’ Halloween fireworks A stern warning has been issued of the dangers of “unpredictable” fireworks and toxic bonfires this Halloween. Dublin Deputy Fire Chief John Guilfoyle has warned people emergency services have reached breaking point. And he warned that fireworks are extremely dangerousRead More →

A stern warning has been issued of the dangers of “unpredictable” fireworks and toxic bonfires this Halloween. Dublin Deputy Fire Chief John Guilfoyle has warned people emergency services have reached breaking point. He urged the public to enjoy the celebrations responsibly, according to Irish Mirror reporters. And he warned thatRead More →

newsletters, editor’s selection list, It is Brittany Daly’s dream to one day climb 1504 steps of the Sydney Eye Tower in an effort to raise funds for research into motor neuron diseases (MND). This year, however, Ms. Daly is taking part in the challenge virtually, along with hundreds of firefightersRead More →

A senior fire officer has warned of the dangers of “unpredictable” fireworks and toxic bonfires this Halloween. Dublin Deputy Fire Chief John Guilfoyle has urged people to enjoy the celebrations responsibly as emergency services are stretched to the breaking point. And he warned that fireworks are extremely dangerous and canRead More →

Van ‘blows up’ in Trafalgar Square: Police and firefighters rush to bustling tourist attraction as shocked passers-by flee vehicle fire Police and firefighters were called shortly before 8 p.m. Thursday evening Video showed a crowd of people watching the fire as the sound of an explosion sounded Another clip filmedRead More →