The Emergency Services Show 2019

  • Type: Trade show / Expo
  • 18 - 19 Sep, 2019
  • Birmingham, United Kingdom (UK)
  • Hall 5, NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT, United Kingdom (UK)
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Event Overview:

The Emergency Services Show is the UK’s annual event for all emergency services staff and responders, featuring exhibitors, live demonstrations, unique learning opportunities and unrivaled networking. The event provides emergency responders with access to the knowledge, training, technology, kit and support networks required to prepare for future incidents and carry out their roles to the best of their abilities.


The Emergency Services Show 2019 news

MSA Showcases M1 SCBA At Emergency Services Show In UK And Moves Closer To Launch Of G1 SCBA In The U.S.

Each year in Birmingham, fire brigades from around the United Kingdom come together to learn about the latest trends and emerging technologies in the fire service market. That’s why MSA Safety Incorporated, a global provider of firefighter safety, selected the Emergency Services Show to showcase its new M1 self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and the overall depth of MSA’s fire service product portfolio. With the U.K. firefighter safety market identified as a key strategic grow...

MSA Showcases M1 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus At Emergency Services Show 2019, UK

Each year in Birmingham, fire brigades from around the United Kingdom come together to learn about the latest trends and emerging technologies in the fire service market. That’s why MSA Safety Incorporated, the provider of firefighter safety, selected the Emergency Services Show to showcase its new M1 self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and the overall depth of MSA’s fire service product portfolio. With the U.K. firefighter safety market identified as a key strategic growth opp...

Edesix To Showcase The Usage Of Body Worn Cameras Within The Fire Safety Industry At ESS 2019

Edesix, the pioneer in provision of Body Worn Cameras (BWC), wins the contract to supply BWCs to Tyne and Wear Fire Services. Edesix will supply 84 video badges to 23 sites across the county, with training and deployment beginning this month. The use of Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) for protecting staff, enhancing training and identifying best practice is fast becoming fundamental within fire services throughout the UK. Edesix already supplies West Midlands Fire Services, and Staffordshire Fire and...

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