Trump’s presidential visit to the UK, the World Cup, the hottest summer since 1976, biological weapon attack, wildfires, festivals and Pride parade created one the of busiest, most demanding times of the year for all our emergency services.Read More
Mental Health in the emergency services is often largely focused on front line staff i.e. the paramedics, firefighters and police officers. However, little is known of the impact on call handlers who make critical decisions in assessing what type of emergency response to dispatch.Read More
With the developments in virtual, augmented and mixed realities continuing to offer new opportunities for a multitude of applications, it is not unsurprising that their potential for use within the emergency services is being explored across the globe.Read More
The police, fire, ambulance services – amongst others - can use social media sites to disseminate safety advice and raise situational awareness across the population, which can ultimately help save lives and protect society. But how do you get started? Find out more in this latest blog post.Read More
Celebrated each June, Pride Month is about celebrating love, acceptance, education, and awareness, while acknowledging equality for the LGBTQ community.
What’s magical is that this celebration is for everyone: no matter who or how we love, or how we identify, Pride is about diversity – and it’s wonderful to see such integral involvement by our emergency services.Read More