Unlike most personal alert safety systems, the new NFPA-complian PASS from Grace Industries does not require an SCBA for its operation – the device can simply be transferred from one piece of protective clothing to another.
Flir Systems has announced the launch of the Identifinder R100 personal radiation detector, the latest addition to its Identifinder R-Series handheld radiation security solutions.
The official opening ceremony for The Centre for Integrated Management and Monitoring of the Coastal Zone was inaugurated by Boyko Borisov, the Prime Minister of Bulgaria on 6 August 2016.
Surefire’s Ultraguard is the first portable water mist unit to achieve third party certification to LPS 1655, BRE Global’s dedicated fire performance standard for personal protection systems (PPS). A PPS is a domestic fire suppression system designed to protect a specific risk, typically vulnerable people who are at greater risk from a fire in the home.
EN service standard for fire safety and security sectors approved
The standard defines basic levels of competence for people charged with the planning, design, assembly, commissioning, system verification, handover or maintenance of fire safety or security systems.
Amazon UK fined US$80,000 (GBP £65,000) for breaching dangerous goods regulations
Online retailer Amazon UK Services has been fined US$80,000 (GBP£65,000) for breaching dangerous goods regulations.
Latest research results for extinguishing large-scale fires involving ethanol; common test standards for foam ’do not really reflect tank fire situations’. Report by Henry Persson and Magnus Bobert, SP Sweden.
Raising standards in passive fire protection
The Hydrocarbon Passive Fire Protection Network was officially launched in September during a one-day technical meeting at Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK.
New intermediate capability vehicle trialled by Hants Fire
A state-of-the-art vehicle is being piloted on the streets of Hampshire in the UK. The Intermediate Capability (IC) vehicle is equipped with cutting-edge ultra-high pressure lances (UHPL) and the latest rescue gear.
Operational management for site managers
A pilot masterclass that aims to help site managers better manage their industrial firefighters has been piloted in Rotterdam. Rob Jastrzebski joins the students on their final day.
Anti-snag device for BA equipment rolled out to Royal Navy
A pioneering invention of a Hampshire firefighter will soon be helping to save lives on the high seas.
European standards in a post-Brexit Britain
The UK must not fall out of step with Europe as regards standards – the cost to industry would be too high, writes Chris Hall of Siderise.
Adjustable dome clamp for hazmat response
A clamp that can be adjusted to suit different types of dome lids has been designed by DQE for hazmat responders.
Fire evacuation design
The Division of Fire Safety Engineering at Lund University, Sweden launches an online course.
ADIPEC 2016 VIP Programme published
OPEC secretary general Mohammed Barkindo to present world oil outlook to industry.
Industrial Fire Journal, Autumn 2016 has been published
- Erin Brokovich to help class action lawsuit
- Rim-seal fire demonstration
- Drones buzz
- Fire safety in tall buildings
- Video fire detection for warehouses
- New standard for explosion suppression systems
‘Ramp-up’ alert tones can help reduce stress on firefighters
New research has been released that examines long-term health effects suffered by emergency responders indicates that ‘ramp-up’ alert tones can help reduce stress on firefighters.
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