The Emergency Services Show was developed to make cooperation and networking simple by bringing together everyone involved in emergency situations.
The Emergency Services Show 2013 is the leading annual event for ALL emergency services professionals, indeed anyone involved in emergency planning, response or recovery, both in the UK and abroad.
From strategic planners and first responders to the manufacturers and suppliers of equipment used by these leading professionals, the show brings together everyone involved in an emergency, over an action packed two days.
Why visitors should attend
As a visitor to the show you can:
SOURCE equipment and services from over 300 specialist suppliers, showcasing the latest innovations in the industry
DISCOVER how you can make vital cost saving efficiencies on behalf of your organisation
LEARN from industry experts
NETWORK with like-minded individuals to share information and good practice, together with discussing resources, framework agreements, income generation and outsourcing
WITNESS exciting live demonstrations
MEET with up to end-users exhibiting within the Emergency Response Zone. This Zone (essential for operational staff and emergency planning officers) is made up of other Category 1 and 2 Responders, Professional, Government and Voluntary organisations, offering perfect networking opportunities to affiliated organisations.
CONSIDER innovative and creative ways of working with your peers in the future.
The types of equipment on show from exhibitors include:
- Search & Rescue Equipment
- Vehicles & Vehicle Equipment Systems
- Protective Clothing and Uniforms
- Communications & IT Equipment
- Extrication/RTC Equipment
- First Response Equipment
- Hazardous Material Equipment
- Medical Equipment
- Training & Training Equipment
- Station Facilities/Equipment
- Aviation Support
- Marine Equipment
- Civil Defence Equipment
- Community Safety Equipment
The exhibition is a free to visit event, open to all emergency and resilience professionals, and is considered crucial for those with a role in: operations, procurement, training, recruitment, emergency planning and business continuity.
Over 4,800 visitors attended last year’s event and the 2013 show is expected to attract even more visitors from a broad range of sectors and business types.
Who should visit?
You should visit if you work for any of the following organisations
- Fire and Rescue
- Public and Private ambulances
- Emergency Planning
- Maritime and Coastguard Agency
- NGOs and Voluntary Sector – such as RNLI, Red Cross, St John Ambulance
- Search and Rescue
- Utility Operators
- Transport and Port Authorities
- Government Agencies
- Health Authorities
- Primary Care Trusts
- Commercial Business
- Heritage sites
- Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) sites
- Nuclear sites