Humberside Fire & Rescue Service News

Esri UK Partners With Heliguy To Enhance Drone Solutions For The Emergency Services Industry

Esri UK announces a new partnership with drone specialists heliguy™ to complete its end-to-end drone solution for the emergency services industry. The final piece in Esri UK’s strategy to offer all parts of the drone workflow, the partnership will provide customers with drone hardware, payloads, and pilot training from heliguy, combined with Esri’s drone flight planning, data capture, data processing, and GIS software. Desktop data processing Esri UK and heliguy will work on...

Humberside Fire And Rescue Service Avails Infographics’ FireWatch Cloud Platform To Enable Remote Access For Mobile Teams

Infographics has announced that Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is the latest fire service to move to the company’s FireWatch Cloud, a fully-managed service based on the Microsoft Azure platform. FireWatch Cloud solution The new FireWatch Cloud solution will provide a resilient architecture, flexible access to the FireWatch integrated fire service management platform from remote locations, and includes software upgrade services and other benefits. Richard Jacques, ICT Data & Appl...

Humberside Fire & Rescue Service Employs The Scania L-Series Low-Entry Fire Truck For City Rescues

In Hull, United Kingdom, the Humberside Fire & Rescue Service has taken a Scania L-series low-entry fire truck into operation. The vehicle carries an aerial ladder platform, which at 45 meters is the joint highest in the country. To achieve Humberside’s overall on-road height requirement of 3.55 meters and provide maximum maneuverability and a high level of visibility for the driver, the vehicle has been specified with a low-height Scania L 360. The compact and lightweight Bronto Skyl...

North Yorkshire Fire And Rescue Service Respond To Flooding In The City Of York

High Volume Pump from Harrogate was used at the Northern Power Melrosegate Electrical Sub Station (York) to keep it operational North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service continue to respond to flooding incidents around the county and in the City of York with the majority of these, recently, being in Tadcaster, Malton and York. NYFRS is being supported by other Services including the use of High Volume Pumps from Tyne and Wear, Durham and Darlington and Nottingham fire and rescu...

Humberside Firefighters On A Campaign Against Job Cuts

The job cuts in fire services can lead to poor qulality of attending emergency calls and safety risks Humberside Fire and Rescue Service has released its draft IRMP for consultation which has been branded as threatening to public and firefighter safety. Fire Brigades Union members from Humberside  begin a united campaign to fight 170 job cuts to emergency front line firefighter posts that will decimate frontline 999 services. The proposals can only mean a reductio...

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