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Chancellor George Osborne has set out the state of the economy in the Autumn Statement and spending plans for the next four years in the Spending Review, including earmarking £1bn to equip emergency services across the UK with 4G mobile services.
London Fire Brigade have signed an agreement with RWE npower that will see one of their disused power stations being used to host the capital’s largest ever multi-agency training exercise next Spring.
Members of Cornwall FRS have paid tributes after the Service reported that Nelson, its Fire Investigation Dog, has passed away after a short illness.
A new opportunity has arisen for Health Safety & Environment Senior Business Partner to support the sector objectives and context, set HS&E expectations and be an exemplar in their implementation.
Security Correspondent Dr Dave Sloggett explores the implications of the attacks in Paris.
BSI has just published BS 9991:2015 the Code of Practice for Fire safety in the design, management and use of residential buildings. This new standard and the upcoming revision of BS 9999 will be also featured on the Fire Safety Conference, in London.
Body Armour is usually seen as equipment reserved for the armed forces or the police service. Here, Chris Taylor from SafeGuard Armour, discusses how the equipment has multiple uses in a multi-agency world.