Hydrogen – the safety challenges of a cleaner future
As the world moves away from fossil fuels, hydrogen has become attractive as a clean alternative. It is already a vital component in our economies and has been used for centuries in many industrial applications, such as power station cooling…
Compressed and liquified gases

When Fire and Rescue Services are called to restore order at an industrial site, such as a warehousing complex, production/manufacturing plant or a public highway, as part of the dynamic risk assessment the incident commander must consider the hazards that…

Sneak peek into Hazmat 2022’s line-up as the early-bird deadline approaches
NCEC’s Hazmat conference is the ultimate forum for hazmat professionals to share experiences and gain knowledge with like-minded specialists working in the chemical-incident industries. Now in its 13th year, the event draws upon the knowledge and experience of a broad…
The hazards of oxygen, oxidising agents and organic peroxides

For the firefighter and emergency services, understanding oxygen, its properties and those of its compounds is vital. In order for a fire to ‘take hold’ there must be oxygen to feed the flame (reaction). In a fire incident, smoke may…

Flammable liquids held in a depot, warehouse, production plant or within the supply chain

When a team from the Fire and Rescue Service are called to an incident at an Industrial Premises (such as a warehouse, a production plant, or on a highway or railway), one must consider the presence of materials that could…

Sizing-up hazmat incidents

In the world of fire and emergency services, hazardous materials incidents have some of the most devastating outcomes in regard to life, property, and environmental losses. For years, emergency responders and specialists have collaborated in an effort to limit these…

HCN and CO in firefighting and emergency medical services

Smoke and gases generated in today’s fires are more dangerous than they’ve ever been. Thankfully more knowledge and better equipment can help us deal with that increased danger. Have you or members of your team experienced a headache, sore throat…


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