IWMA: Programme for the 18th International Water Mist Conference out now

This year’s International Water Mist Conference will take place in London, UK, on 19th and 20th September. Venue will be the Grange City Hotel. As of today, the programme, which features a manifoldness of topics, is online. The presentations that deal with…

Innovation, Strategic Partnership and Cooperation for UK companies at intersec 2017

Innovation, Strategic Partnership and Cooperation are the main UK themes as over 100 UK companies exhibit a range of world leading capabilities in the security sector at Intersec 2017. This significant UK presence reflects the strong commitment to future security…

Britain braced for floods after heavy winds, snow

LONDON (Reuters) – Parts of England were preparing for severe flooding on Friday, after heavy winds, snow and rain hit the country overnight, cancelling flights, closing schools and causing disruption to commuters. Around 100 flood warnings are in place across…

Second body loacted at site of huge collapse of UK Power Station under demolition

Four demolition workers were buried under 30ft of steel when the 10 storey boiler house at Didcot Power Station in Oxfordshire, UK, suddenly collapsed on 23rd February 2016 The body of Mick Collings, 53, from Cleveland, was recovered shortly after…

Defective tumble drier model which caused fatal fire was behind 20 previous outbreaks

A defective tumble dryer caused a house fire in Birmingham, UK, that killed a mother of two in her bedroom, a Coroner has ruled. Mishell Moloney was discovered dead under a duvet on the bedroom floor by her daughter and…

UK Government urged to make sprinklers mandatory in care homes and schools

The UK government has been urged to make sprinklers mandatory in care homes and schools by one of the British insurance industry’s most senior figures. Speaking at the Worshipful Company of Firefighters Fire Lecture in central London, James Dalton, Director…

UK Government announces shake up of Fire Services

Fire Brigades will be told to cut costs as part of a major shake-up of the way they are run after Home Secretary Theresa May announced she was taking over responsibility for the service. The Home Secretary, who earlier pushed…


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