Industrial Fire Journal - Fire & Rescue - Hemming Group Ltd
Contributions sought for Fire and Rescue Q1, 2018
Published:  30 November, 2017

What is coming up in F&R Q1, and how can you contribute? The deadline for the next issue is on January 26, 2018.


  • Confined space rescue - F&R reports on the latest incident case studies and equipment for this highly specialised type of rescue.
  • Hazmat and decontamination - initiatives and tools for enabling fast and effective operations.
  • Events report - highlights of the Airport Fire Officers Association’s (AFOA) annual conference. Plus a preview of the new international event eRIC in The Netherlands.
  • International fire training - F&R highlights the profiles of training instructors from all over the world.
  • ARFF - Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Fire Service in focus, plus new strategies and simulators for ARFF training. Plus, an update of developments in HRET technology and new ways of thinking.
  • PPV and ventilation - new strategies for ventilation - and we discuss the latest ventilation research.
  • Foams, powders, and gels - the latest launches, and market news from all over the world.
  • Firefighting vehicles - environmentally-friendly fire trucks/vans/ cars, plus deliveries, accessory launches and trends for 2018.
  • Portable gas detection - firefighters use both single gas and multi-gas monitors for personal monitoring and portable safety applications providing protection against a wide range of industrial gas hazards. Models vary by size and complexity depending on the number and type of gas sensors used, display and certification.
  • PPE focus – Update on the developments in occupational hygiene research and new ways of decontaminating fire kit.
  • Rescue – New techniques and developments in vehicle extrication. Plus, the second instalment of our new rescue comment.
  • Wildland firefighting – A new international project has found a holistic solution for fighting wild fires by using sensors and drones. A
  • Node technology – Firefighters in the US are starting to use node and sensing technology during structural fires to create better situational awareness.

Bonus magazine distribution: FDIC Indianapolis (US) eRIC (The Netherlands).

Editorial guidelines:

DEADLINE:  JAN 26, 2018

We are open to suggestions if your topic of interest is not on the list, or should you wish to submit an article.

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Every editorial is published on its merit for the readers and at the discretion of the editor.

The editor, Ann-Marie Knegt can be contacted on, 0044 (0) 1935 374001.

To advertise contact Kelly Francis on, 0044 (0)2079734666,