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BCU invests in simulation education

Birmingham City University’s Paramedic Science Team has been investing in the education of the ‘next generation of paramedics’. Thanks to a generous Vice Chancellor funded project, £100,000 has been devoted to the improvement of simulation education within the Paramedic Science programmes. The investment has been used on a number of improvements to the student paramedic… Read more »

Cloud-based software proves its worth

After a few months now of changing the way we work and finding new ways to work from home, Apex Networks is reported how delighted its customers are to still be able to manage their day to day operations using the company’s Patient Transport software. All staff members, including control room staff and drivers, are… Read more »

Ex-MoD RHIBs to undergo specialist Ramco refurbishment programme

Ramco, one of the nation’s largest outlets for quality used equipment, currently has a selection of Pacific 22 rigid hulled inflatable boats (RHIB’s) available direct from the Ministry of Defence (MoD). The vessels, manufactured in the UK by Halmatic and designed to withstand even the toughest of sea conditions, were deployed by the MoD for… Read more »

Oxfordshire firefighters launch new lightweight, safety-first uniform

Firefighters in Oxfordshire will be better equipped to keep residents safe, thanks to new lightweight, fire resistant uniforms. Oxfordshire is at the forefront of emergency services’ uniform design, as the county’s firefighters begin wearing their new highly visible ‘rescue jackets’ at road traffic collisions and updated safety tunics, when attending fires and other emergencies. The… Read more »

R6C helmet is head and shoulders above the rest

First responders face potential dangers when dispatched to incidents such as road traffic accidents as the risks on arrival at the scene are unknown. The priority is always to ensure any risks of injury to themselves are mitigated before attending to casualties on the scene. Paramedic and ambulance helmets must allow the emergency responder access… Read more »

VCS appoints Electrical Engineering Manager

Gordon Murphy has been appointed by VCS as Electrical Engineering Manager. Gordon started his career in auto electrics almost 12 years ago as an apprentice auto electrician and has trained and studied extensively. He has a vast knowledge of electrical engineering, gaining a BEng degree with honours in 2018 at Sheffield Hallam University. Gordon has… Read more »