Edesix launches new head and torso mounted body worn cameras

Edesix, a market leader in the provision of body worn camera solutions, has launched new head and torso mounted cameras. The X-100 is a side-mountable tactical head camera, ideal for use on headwear as currently utilised by police firearms...

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New Chief Fire Officer for West Sussex

West Sussex County Council (WSCC) has appointed Gavin Watts as its new Director of...

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Salvation Army launches new emergency response vehicle in the west of Scotland

The Salvation Army has unveiled a new vehicle to respond to emergencies in the...

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Business continuity manager wins Euro award

A fire service emergency planning manager has won a top European award. South Yorkshire...

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Scott Safety launches Scott Sight in-mask thermal imaging technology intelligence system

Scott Safety has today launched a fire fighting industry first – Scott Sight –...

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Partnership scheme celebrated one year on

The life-saving partnership between ambulance staff and fire and rescue service colleagues in Essex...

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Sailing challenge in for a record breaking year!

The 14th United Kingdom Firefighters Sailing Challenge (UKFSC) takes place at Sunsail Port, Solent,...

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