Can firefighting go airborne? There’s good reasons why not

The Grenfell tragedy and other high level fires have raised public debate as to whether firefighting should go airborne for roof-top rescues and high-level fires.

Manchester Arena attack: Casualty Bureau communications breakdown

The Kerslake Inquiry into the Manchester Arena attack on 22 May 2017, found that overall the response of the emergency services had been very positive.

Manchester Arena – Lord Kerslake addresses EPS national event

The keynote discussion at the EPS’s 2018 Networking Study Day was led by Lord Kerslake and Dr Hugh Deeming, authors of the Kerslake Review into the events around the terror attack on Manchester Arena on 22 May, 2017.

New Appointment to the Board

New appointment to the Board – Scott Senior

Celebrating 25 years of the Emergency Planning Society

This year we celebrate 25 years of the Emergency Planning Society and in doing so we are reflecting on the many incidents and emergencies that have taken place during that time, both within the UK and globally.

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