Edesix, the UK-based provider of body worn cameras, has announced a partnership with Environment Agency enforcement teams in the East Midlands following a successful six-month trial. The trial, which was commissioned after a growing number of abusive incidents during site inspections to waste sites, found that wearing body worn cameras helped to reduce incidents of... Read more »
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Additional vehicles targeted at lower priority calls will begin to respond to patients in the coming weeks following investment by South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb). The Non-Emergency Transport (NET) vehicles, which will complement the trust’s emergency fleet, will begin to be rolled out across SECAmb’s region this month. A total of 30 Fiat ambulances are... Read more »
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Winncare Group, a leading France based medical device company, has announced the acquisition of Mangar Health for an undisclosed sum. Providing a range of complementary and assistive technology equipment, the Wales-based business supports Winncare’s continued European growth plans and accelerates its entry into UK markets. Employing more than 70 staff, Mangar Health designs, manufactures and... Read more »
J Tomlinson has extended its emergency services portfolio after being awarded a five-year repairs and maintenance contract by South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. The company has worked with fire and rescue, ambulance and police services for more than 20 years – building new premises, providing mechanical and electrical improvements, undertaking refurbishment work and providing facilities... Read more »
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The St John Emergency Ambulance Service (SJEAS) has signed a new contract with the government of Guernsey to continue the ongoing delivery of the island’s ambulance service. The new contract comes into operation from 1 January 2019. Under the contract with the States of Guernsey, which will be managed by the Committee for Health &... Read more »
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