Cardiff University and Robert Gordon University researchers from the Natural Hazard Research Australia ‘Enhancing decision-making in emergency management project’ are seeking multi-agency UK incident commanders to participate in the first phase of their research study.
Following the recent publication of the damning South Wales Fire and Rescue Service culture review, the Welsh Government has vowed to intervene to “oversee sustainable change and prevent a recurrence” of these failures
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has been removed special measures following a marked improvement in its performance.
Shane Ewen is Professor of History at Leeds Beckett University. This is a long form article first published in The Conversation where he takes a historical view on fire safety, regulations and attitudes.
Having instigated an independent review of his service, Chief Fire Officer Huw Jakeway confirmed he is to retire and leave his successor to manage the fall out from a report that finds South Wales Fire and Rescue service has a ‘patriarchal mentality’ with ‘sexist and misogynistic behaviours.’
London Fire Brigade sought agreement from the Mayor of London to incur up to £2.9m for Grenfell related legal costs…
NHS England has issued a brief update on expectations and priorities for 2024/25.
Violence Reduction Units (VRUs) have helped prevent 3,220 hospital admissions for violent injury since they were introduced in 2019, a new report has revealed.
As previously reported by Emergency Services Times, the Home Secretary signalled his intention to transfer the powers for policing in…
Home Secretary James Cleverly has appointed Tony Eastaugh as the new Biometrics and Surveillance Camera Commissioner