FIRE Magazine Features
The good old days?
Mask of the 'Lone Wolf'
Can emergency services live all under one roof?
Historical insight - considering the new command guidance for terrorism
German fire crews benefit from increased water flow
Event Preview: Fire Toxicity Conference 2016 to gather international leaders in fire and hazard science
Organisers have announced the launch of Fire Toxicity Conference 2016, a three day event held at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), which is an important international forum for experts from across the world to highlight research and open discussion on a variety of fire and hazard related topics.
Anti-flammable materials and body armour: Research and development of turnout gear
Protective clothing covers a wide range of items that can provide protection for people in a number of different industries. Many of these items share materials and techniques for protection, meaning there are similarities between these products that many do not realize, Chris Taylor from SafeGuard Armour reports.
Arson: Much Done. More to do…
Premonition in Preston?
Unsung heroes – the friendly Fire Kills campaign
Today the Government launched its new fire safety campaign, Unsung Heroes. Rebooting the Fire Kills brand, the Home Office unleashed new advertising using revitalised smoke alarm designs, not for the smart home, but for the friendly, helpful and safe home - FIRE correspondent Catherine Levin looks at the messages behind the campaign.