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 →

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 →

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) – The engineering department at Texas Tech University traveled to the Lubbock Firefighter Training Center to gain first-hand experience as a firefighter for their latest project. Suman Chowdhury, of the engineering department at Texas Tech, says the project isn’t actually for a note, it’s about firefighter safety.Read More →

Anticipating continued staffing needs and future retirements, West Metro Fire-Rescue District leaders are asking the cities they serve to approve the hiring of additional full-time staff. The fire commission staff’s proposal received a mixed reception from New Hope and Crystal staff and council members on October 27 at Station 3Read More →

For years, Pittsfield firefighters have relied on pagers to communicate with each other in fires and emergencies. But in a nod to more modern technology, the Pittsfield Fire Department recently implemented an emergency response system that broadcasts dispatch notifications to firefighters’ cell phones, a tool designed to streamline processes andRead More →

The Fire Department Employees Union (FBEU) is sounding the alarm over a proposal by Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) that would see vital equipment taken offline at more than 30 locations, including some on the North Coast. NSW fire and rescue officers from local stations in Dorrigo, Nambucca Heads, Bowraville,Read More →

news, local news, Workers and the union representing firefighters are calling on Fire and Rescue NSW not to add a handful of Hunter facilities to a list of stations that can be temporarily taken offline in the event of staff shortages. But the emergency agency said the practice had takenRead More →

Through Express news service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The majority of district hospitals, both government and private sector with inpatient facilities, were found to lack basic firefighting systems in two recent fire safety audits conducted by the agents of the fire and rescue services department. . The preliminary findings have been submitted toRead More →

The Fire Department Employees Union (FBEU) is sounding the alarm over a proposal by Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) that would see vital equipment taken offline at more than 30 locations, including some on the North Coast. NSW fire and rescue officers from local stations in Dorrigo, Nambucca Heads, Bowraville,Read More →

The Fire Department Employees Union (FBEU) is sounding the alarm over a proposal by Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) that would see vital equipment taken offline at more than 30 locations, including some on the North Coast. NSW fire and rescue officers from local stations in Dorrigo, Nambucca Heads, Bowraville,Read More →

news, local news, The Fire Department Employees Union (FBEU) is sounding the alarm over a proposal by Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) that would see vital equipment taken offline at more than 30 locations, including some on the North Coast. NSW fire and rescue officers from local stations in Dorrigo,Read More →

A proposal to take 30 NSW fire and rescue stations – including Paxton – temporarily offline amid staff shortages is being fought by the firefighters’ union. The union says taking stations offline poses “major risks to firefighters and the safety of the community,” but Fire and Rescue NSW says thisRead More →

newsletters, editor’s selection list, The Fire Department Employees Union (FBEU) is sounding the alarm over a proposal by Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) that would see vital equipment taken offline at more than 30 locations, including some on the North Coast. NSW fire and rescue officers from local stations inRead More →

newsletters, editor’s selection list, The Fire Department Employees Union (FBEU) is sounding the alarm over a proposal by Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) that would see vital equipment taken offline at more than 30 locations, including some on the North Coast. NSW fire and rescue officers from local stations inRead More →

Staff journalist The Royal Bhutan Police yesterday received two fire engines from Machida city and another from Higashi-Hiroshima city. JICA Bhutan Office Chief Representative Kozo Watanabe handed over the vehicles to the police chief in a simple handover ceremony at the Changzamtog Fire Station in Thimphu. The acting police chiefRead More →

Boost for BX fire safety Photo: contributed BX-Swan Lake Fire Rescue has new structural protection equipment, thanks to a boost from RDNO. Electoral District B (Swan Lake / Commonage) contributed $ 11,400 to finance the purchase. The grant enabled the department to acquire two Firebozz portable sprinklers, a Wajax MarkRead More →

news, latest news, Werris Creek and Quirindi could often find themselves without a fire and rescue station as part of the ministry’s plans to shut down small, understaffed stations to save money. That’s according to the firefighters union, which said the plan would result in significantly longer response times, increaseRead More →

Peter O’Reilly who has been appointed by the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) as the new Managing Director The Lanyon Group, a Belfast-based corporate communications company, was enlisted despite the firefighters already having their own internal public relations team. All this against a backdrop of tightening of theRead More →

Customized firefighting equipment worth 1.3 billion shillings complete with sirens, communications equipment and mobile computing technology will serve Packwach, Yumbe and Moyo districts. The West Nile Regional Police Fire and Rescue Squad received a fire truck from police headquarters to assist with emergency response to fires in the area. TheRead More →