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Fire crews in London and Greater Manchester to be given bullet proof vests

Firefighters in London and Greater Manchester will be given bullet proof vests, first-aid equipment and training on how to deal with terrorist attacks. Read More

Manchester Arena attack: Risk assessment was ‘pretty much box ticking’

An inquiry into the Manchester Arena terror attack has been told that the risk assessments carried out by operators were ‘flawed’ and ‘pretty much box ticking’. Read More

Largest commercial African bank at the helm of employee safety & wellbeing

Seeing the need to empower their most important asset, South African Bank – First National Bank, has partnered with UK-Based tech firm, PanicGuard. Read More

Facial recognition: ‘Contrary to popular belief, it hasn’t been developed to ‘spy’ on the public, but to make them safer.’

Facial recognition systems have been around for longer than many might think, as Adam Bannister, Editor of our sister site IFSEC Global, explains. Read More

MASCAL: Protecting passengers at London Luton Airport

SHP caught up with Airport Fire Station Manager Paul Allen, to find out about a unique training course being run from the station. Read More

‘Regrettably in today’s day and age, organisers of large events have to be aware of the heightened security risks’

SHP speaks to Emily Peat, Director of Operations at NCC Events and formerly Events Manager at the NEC in Birmingham, about the planning process involved with running a high profile event or exhibition and what considerations need to be made when taking into account event safety. Read More

Protecting your event venue

How can event organisers protect their venues, employees and the public from the threat of terrorist attacks? Read More

Physiotherapy helps Civil Nuclear Constabulary increase wellbeing and productivity

CNC aims to reduce incidents of sickness absence which resulted from musculoskeletal disorders that were caused by the nature of the its work. Read More

London’s Air Ambulance and its operational challenges

London’s Air Ambulance is a charity which, in its 29-year history, has treated over 38,000 patients who have been the victims of some of London’s most serious incidents and accidents. Read More

British Safety Council honours emergency services in recognition of heroism

The British Safety Council has presented a special Sword of Honour award to the emergency services in recognition of their heroism, service, and dedication. Read More



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