The Emergency Services Show 2012 is taking place on 21 and 22 November 2012 at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry and is guaranteed to provide visitors with plenty to see and do over the two days. Visitors will have the chance to view a range of products from vehicles, PPE and first response equipment, including several launches of new thermal imaging cameras, to medical and HazMat/CBRN equipment and training.

The Show provides an ideal platform for fire and rescue professionals to share experiences, learn from other emergency professionals and discuss partnership opportunities. A range of exhibitors will provide visitors with the opportunity to discover the latest innovations in vehicles, training and equipment and to network with colleagues and contemporaries in operations, procurement, training, recruitment, emergency planning and business continuity.

Suppliers such as Bristol Uniforms, Babcock, Scott Safety, WH Bence, Draeger, Serco, North Fire, Vauxhall, The Fire Service College and Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service (DSFRS) Training Academy will be amongst over 400 exhibitors on hand to demonstrate their latest innovations and developments and to talk about cost saving initiatives.

There will also be a number of exciting partnering and educational opportunities available to visitors including:

The JESIP National Interoperability Summit

The Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP) is a two year project that aims to improve how the blue light services work together at complex incidents. Following the establishment of the Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP) CFOA, AACE and ACPO will be bringing together leaders and strategic managers from UK Cat 1 & 2 responders at the first ever high profile national summit addressing this critically important topic. Running alongside The Emergency Services Show the conference will take place midday on Wednesday 21 November to midday Thursday 22 November.

CBRN Decontamination Workshop

The EPS CBRN Professional Working Group, in association with the Government Decontamination Service, will be holding a CBRN Decontamination Workshop at The Emergency Services Show 2012. The workshop has been developed following concerns amongst local authority staff about the challenges posed by decontamination after a CBRN incident and uncertainty in how to deal with such events. The workshop aims to educate local authority staff, in particular, in the issues around CBRN decontamination and to improve their ability to manage decontamination incidents.

The workshop, sponsored by Scott Safety and the Health Protection Agency, will include speakers from the Cabinet Office, Home Office and Government Decontamination Service. The cost of attending this one day workshop is £35 for the public sector and EPS members and £45 for others.

Babcock to the rescue!

The Babcock Road Traffic Accident (RTA) Display Team will be showcasing their skills with a range of demonstrations. Each demonstration will feature one of the following realistic accident scenarios:

• Crashed vehicle upright
• Crashed vehicle on its side
• Crashed vehicle on its roof

In each scenario, the team will be describing the extrication process using both contemporary rescue techniques and hydraulic tools in order to free an entrapped casualty. Nick Appleton, Competency Lead for Technical Rescue, will be providing commentary so you don't miss a moment of the action.

Demonstrations will be taking place on:
• Wednesday 21st November at 11am and 3pm
• Thursday 22nd November at 11am

Register now for your free visitor pass

To register for your free visitor pass or to learn more about attending The Emergency Services Show 2012, please visit www.emergencyuk.com