Firefighters across England are going above and beyond their fire prevention work and are now supporting vulnerable people with dementia, mental health, domestic abuse, social isolation, poverty and housing according to a new Local Government Association report outlining successful Service interventions.
Avon Fire & Rescue Service has gained the support of local authorities in a campaign to reduce the use of Chinese style sky lanterns.
CS Healthcare has announced the launch of a new health insurance plan designed to ‘bridge the gap’ and connect people working in the public sector with quality private health insurance and quicker access to treatments.
A bespoke emergency service fitness and lifestyle qualification has been launched by the Fire Service College and Lifetime Training.
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service have helped young people in the area by offering them community based projects to build on their employability skills and learn more about certain industries.
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Ten years on from the attacks in London in July 2005 security expert Dr Dave Sloggett looks at the way the threat of a repeat attack has evolved.
Beauty brand Dove visited Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Service to surprise its female firefighters, turning them into colour confident women as part of an exciting new nationwide campaign. FIRE reports on the ‘transformation’.