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Issue 57 - July 2018

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    Issue 57 - July 2018

    Issue 57 - July 2018

    This issue Hampshire Fire & Rescue unveil a dazzling mural a Hampshire fire station as part of a historic event to launch Black History Month. The mural is the first of its kind in the UK the month has been officially launched at a fire station.

    An Aberdeenshire firefighter who provides life-saving intervention work at disaster sites across the World will return to Nepal in November to begin training Nepalese firefighters to carry out their own safe and effective urban search and rescue operations. Watch Manager John Aitchison heads up fire service charity Operation Florian in Scotland. John is a retained firefighter, but also works as a trainer, specialising in Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) work at the SFRS’s Training Centre in Portlethen. Joining John on his trip will be a trio of Dundee-based firefighters and UKISAR experts, Watch Manager Daniel Gall and firefighters Steven Adams and Jed Smith.

    Also in this issue, Emergency services from Cheshire and Greater Manchester descended on the soon to be opened A555 link road in Cheadle to role play their response to a major incident. On the day volunteers from Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service took to their posts in cars, minibuses and by a moped so that emergency services could test their skills in working out how to rescue safely, and treat those involved.

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