Red One Limited will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Interschutz 2015 exhibition, which takes place from 8-13 June in Hannover, Germany. This event will mark the company’s first venture into the European fire market and it forms part of Red One’s strategic plan to embrace international clients as a core part of its business.
Interschutz is the international trade show for fire fighting, disaster relief and rescue, where companies are presenting the very latest equipment and innovations for emergency service work.
The show will provide Red One with an opportunity to showcase its professionalism in providing complete fire, rescue and safety training and service solutions for customers seeking to either outsource or develop their on-site industrial fire fighting services.
Red One has qualified personnel ready and able to meet all industrial fire and rescue requirements, drawing upon their extensive experience of public fire cover provision, mobilisation, resourcing, incident command and accredited training, ensuring the highest professional competency with the most cost effective solutions.
Recent assignments for Red One include the provision of Incident Command training to the Fire Service of Mauritius and consultancy in the development of a new Maritime fire training facility in Phuket, Thailand. The company also provides both on-site and off-site training to industrial fire teams in the nuclear energy and chemical manufacturing sectors.
Red One also provides specialist stand-by rescue teams for work at height, confined space rescue and boat rescue for short, medium or long term projects.
Working in the energy sector, chemicals manufacturing, maritime, petroleum and the heavy industries with organisations operating on-site fire teams, Red One can help train, resource, operate and manage RFFS teams safely, efficiently and professionally.
Held once every five years, Interschutz is attended by more than 1300 companies from 46 countries. The Red One stand will be situated in Hall 24, Stand C30, where the company’s technical staff will be on-hand and pleased to discuss your fire, rescue and safety training and support requirements.