Coming up in the next issue of Fire and Rescue magazine

Published:  10 December, 2013

We are looking for editorial contributions for F&R Q1, 2014, which will have extra distribution at FDIC 2014. Organisations and individuals wishing to submit editorial should get in touch with the editor, Ann-Marie Knegt ( For advertising enquiries contact Kelly Francis (

As a result of renewed interest in companies wishing to use Fire & Rescue as a vehicle for their editorial promotional activities, we are delighted to introduce a range of options. Typical packages include:

-         Front cover advertisement and CEO interview (1 page)

-         CEO interview plus advertisement

-         Promotional product focus (1 page) and advertisement

-         Promotional case study (1 page) and advertisement

Promotional editorial can be written by the Fire & Rescue editorial team or supplied directly by clients.

Our packages are flexible and tailored directly to your needs, so please contact our commercial department to discuss your requirements at 0044 207 973 4666.

For editorial contributions contact Ann-Marie Knegt, at 0044 1935 374001

Issue 93, Q1 2014


•Product News



Special feature:

Report on the winners of the Conrad Dietrich Magirus Award ‘International Firefighting Team of the Year’ – What happened on the day of the incident.

Special report on the Airport Fire Officers Conference held in Dublin January 15-16 (2014).

Specialist Focus:

•Confined space rescue

A top expert explains how the latest legislation is influencing these high-risk low frequency incidents, and we look at the latest equipment required for this type of rescue, including BA, lighting, cutting and shoring equipment, gas detection equipment and communications equipment.

•Hazmat & Decontamination Equipment:

What is new in hazmat and decontamination equipment? We look at the latest, tools, trends and techniques. Plus we review case studies from all over the world.

•Foams, Powders & Gels

Legislation is the key driver behind the procurement of foam. How are fire services around the world making procurement decisions and how and what for which types of fires are they using it. We also feature the latest development in extinguishing agents.


A new hose layer truck for the Country Fire Authority Scoresby in Australia. Plus, an overview of new municipal vehicle deliveries from all over the world.

•Thermal Imaging Cameras

How should they be used? F&R explores their benefits in different types of scenarios, including interior firefighting, training, search and rescue and we explore other types of use.

Portable Gas Detection

F&R highlights the latest launches, and we look at recent case studies from users.


We explore the differences between the US approach and the European approach. A top expert reveals his latest findings on the correct use of PPV.

We also provide an overview of new equipment.


•International Training Centres

Looking for a new training provider? F&R looks at leading international training courses, and features new developments and initiatives, plus an overview of new training products.

Copy deadline: February 2, 2014

Studio: February 7, 2014

Print: February 14, 2014

Publish: February 25, 2014

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Waterax - We move water

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Big Water Flow for Industrial and Municipal Firefighting Applications

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We are committed to improving lives and doing business in the right way

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HazSim - Bringing situational HazMat training to life

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Trust the best, let us be your foam solution

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The leader in truck-mounted hydraulic platforms

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If you want quality, you want Zico

Since its inception Ziamatic Corp has provided the men and women of the fire service with products designed to make their jobs safer and easier.

The independent alternative

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