The UK’s first integrated support network for the fire and rescue sector has been launched by FIRE magazine publisher, Fire Knowledge.
The Fire Knowledge Network – a comprehensive, integrated support network for senior fire professionals – has been launched by FIRE magazine publisher, Fire Knowledge Ltd. The service provides a network of fire specialists offering expert guidance across the full range of fire sector disciplines, from leadership and governance to cyber-security and risk management.
Vision: Helping to maintain the UK’s position as a world-leader in the fire and rescue sector.
Mission: To make a significant contribution to the body of knowledge and expertise that will keep the UK at the cutting-edge of professional practice in the fire and rescue sector.
The Fire Knowledge Network will be supported in its vision by FIRE magazine and associated events which includes:
- Publishing material in FIRE magazine and on our website that enables readers to keep abreast of current affairs and leading professional practice in the sector.
- Publishing material in FIRE magazine and on our website that introduces new thinking and ideas into the sector.
- Running events that bring stakeholders together to consider topical issues, challenge current thinking, explore new ideas and, in doing so, shape the direction of the sector.
- Facilitating access to high-quality consultancy services – the Fire Knowledge Network – that will provide the capacity and expertise needed to achieve efficient, effective and sustainable improvement for organisations and in the professional practice of individuals.
- Striving to share expertise and innovation with the global fire family through working internationally with organisations and agencies who possess a like-minded vision.
FIRE Editor and Publisher Andrew Lynch said: “The Fire Knowledge Network is a key deliverer as part of a virtuous circle outlined in our vision to help maintain the UK’s position as a world-leader in the fire and rescue sector and our mission to make a significant contribution to the body of knowledge and expertise that will keep the UK at the cutting edge of professional practice in the sector.”
Fire Knowledge Director Andy Fry said: “Building on the long-standing contribution that FIRE magazine has made for over 100 years, we are committed to making the Fire Knowledge Network a conduit through which best practice, emerging thinking and high quality support can flow into the fire and rescue sector.”
Fire Knowledge Director Dave Etheridge added: “We are really looking forward to working with other stakeholders who share our passion for fire and rescue and recognise that continuous development of our profession will be the life-blood of its success.”
To find out more about the Fire Knowledge Network contact email@example.com