AFOA seminar on Overcoming Impacts of Covid on Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Services

The devastating effects of the global pandemic on the air-travel industry are well known. The Airport Fire Officers Association (AFOA) invites members and associates to attend its online seminar on Thursday, 25 March in which a panel of speakers will…

De-Wipe | Supporting First Responders and Key Workers through uncertain times

After fire decontamination wipe manufacturer De-Wipe is thrilled to be protecting the ongoing health of UK first responders and key workers in vital industries such as utilities, construction and transport during the COVID-19 crisis with decon wipes that contain crucial…

Lind Equipment joins the fight against COVID-19 with a UV-C LED Lighting Solution

Lind Equipment, an LED lighting company, joins the fight against COVID-19 by creating a brand-new product with UV-C LED lights specifically for the healthcare industry. Healthcare professionals can use UV-C light to decontaminate personal protective equipment (PPE) and to decontaminate…

Amboy Company Pays it Forward to Local Organizations During COVID-19

Dinges Fire Company, a locally owned business in Amboy that sells fire, EMS and rescue equipment all across the Midwest, is “paying it forward” to local organizations and businesses during COVID-19 while also striving to source and deliver much needed…

Fire safety warning as millions work from home to stem spread of Covid-19

Firefighters are issuing urgent #StayHomeStaySafe advice as millions of people enter their first full week of working from home amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. The majority of city office workers have now stopped commuting following Government advice to avoid all but…

Covid 19: Information by Deutsche Messe

According to the current assessment of the authorities, there is no risk to events on the Deutsche Messe exhibition grounds. All trade fairs in Hannover will take place as planned. The safety and health of all employees, customers, partners and…


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