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 →

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 →

New Jersey, United States, – The Global Marine Fire Fighting Equipment Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant addition to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. Provides detailed research and analysis of the major aspects of the global Marine Fire Fighting Equipment market. The marketRead More →

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is part of an ongoing series highlighting the Madison County Volunteer Fire Services. Just before January 2000, the unincorporated area of ​​Red Lick in Berea was losing homes and suffering from numerous forest fires. Amid the destruction, a woman decided the area of ​​about 5,000 peopleRead More →

NEW BERN, NC (WNCT) – Coastal Carolina Regional Airport announced the completion of its new aircraft rescue and firefighting facility on Friday. He also celebrated the 90th anniversary of the airport. Airport manager Andy Shorter previously said that airport fire safety requirements were met by several fire stations, but nowRead More →

Sumit singh Pune, November 8, 2021: training should be given in public hospitals on the use of firefighting equipment by experts and a responsible person should be appointed to coordinate the measures to be taken to prevent fires, said Dr Rajesh Deshmukh, district collector of Pune. He was speaking atRead More →

NASHIK: Firefighters earlier this year advised Ahmednagar Civil Hospital, where 11 Covid patients died in a fire on Saturday, to set up appropriate firefighting equipment throughout the premises . The ministry made the suggestion after conducting a fire audit at the hospital in March. The fire, which started at 10:30Read More →

Ankara 150 Firefighter Recruitment Application Process Continues The application process, which began after Metropolitan Mayor Mansur YavaÅŸ announced that 150 new firefighters will be recruited for Ankara firefighters on the basis of merit, continues. As the Metropolitan Municipality opens a new employment area in BaÅŸkent, candidates apply by filling outRead More →

The Telangana government has sanctioned ₹ 31 crore for remedying inadequate firefighting systems in public hospitals. An order to this effect was issued on Friday. For several years, fire safety measures have been insufficient in large public hospitals. Fire departments have reported deficiencies in hospitals under the direction of theRead 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 →

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 →

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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 →

District Fire Officer J. Mohana Rao has called on hospitals, hotels and educational institutions to periodically install firefighting equipment in their respective premises, saying maintenance of the equipment is more important than installation. “Proper maintenance of the equipment ensures the protection of lives and valuables in the event of aRead 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 →

A union has called for more to be done to help those “trapped” by the coatings crisis. A motion was brought forward by the Fire Brigade Union (FBU) at the Labor Party conference this weekend. The motion called for “more sustained investment in building control by local authorities, fire safetyRead More →

A day after a fire at the Notan Villa in Khar West left a person dead, Mumbai firefighters decided to notify the owner of the building for allegedly failing to maintain the structure’s firefighting system . The firefighters noticed that the building’s fire-fighting system was not operational. Under the MaharashtraRead More →

Cleveland firefighters will visit businesses and apartments in Hartlepool for safety reasons. Cleveland firefighters will lead a month-long campaign for safer businesses starting next week after figures show 86% of businesses that have a fire never recover. The move is part of the National Fire Brigade’s annual Business Safety Week,Read More →

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has launched the NFPA 1700, Guide for Structural Fire Fighting online training for firefighters, free of charge, to learn safer and more efficient ways to deal with fires involving modern materials and content. The all-new instructional course, focused on NFPA 1700, Guide to structuralRead More →

ST. LOUIS, June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Perimeter Solutions (“Perimeter Solutions” or the “Company”), a leading global manufacturer of high-quality fire-fighting products and lubricant additives, today announced an agreement in which EverArc Holdings Ltd. (“EverArc”) (LSE: EVRA), a fully committed publicly traded acquisition company, to acquire Perimeter Solutions from SKRead More →

Just after Sunrise Hospital, located on the third floor of Dreams Mall in Bhandup West, received a Provisional Professional Certificate (OC) to run a Covid-19 center, an audit of the mall conducted last May by Mumbai firefighters. revealed that the mall and hospital had inoperative fire-fighting systems. Eleven Covid-19 patientsRead More →

Over the past three years, Mumbai firefighters have inspected only 6,142 buildings in Mumbai, issuing violation notices to 3,026. Of these, only 36 cases have been prosecuted under the Act. Fire Prevention and Personal Safety Measures Act 2006. While the low prosecution rate reflects on firefighters’ inability to make fireRead More →

Fighting fires in Northern Ireland characteristics For most Americans, the notion of fighting fires in Northern Ireland conjures up a nightmarish view of network news: a group of people on a street in Belfast; a overturned car on fire; and a “pump” arriving, his two-tone European siren unable to protectRead More →