The Emergency Services Show 25 & 26 September 2013

Halls 17 and 18, and outside area at the NEC Birmingham

Let’s get together at The Emergency Services Show 2013 and see how all emergency services can work closely with other agencies to create the perfect life saving team.

The Emergency Services Show is keen to promote interoperability and provides visitors with invaluable opportunities to learn, network and progress their career development.

Free Entry gives visitors of all ranks, access to over 300 exhibiting companies and organisations, as well as workshops, seminars, and live rescue demonstrations.

There is FREE parking for all visitors at the NEC, courtesy of Emergency Services Times magazine. With over 300 exhibitors displayed at the Show there will be lots of new products and services for visitors. See the Exhibitor List here.

The Emergency Response Zone

Aimed at developing relationships and partnerships between voluntary organisation and the blue light services, The Emergency Response Zone is a networking focus of the show. There will be around 80 companies, charities and other organisations exhibiting in this area alone ensuring a wealth of opportunities to share and catch up with new developments.

Show Features

The College of Paramedics is planning a further series of free CPD sessions, comprising a mix of 30-minute lectures and workshops. Open to paramedics and  to other emergency, health and care professions including the police and fire service, who will also find these sessions beneficial. All attendees will be provided with CPD certificates.

The Road Haulage Association is once again organising the popular Recovery Demonstration that will highlight the skills and professionalism of those in the industry, the equipment available and what it can achieve in the correct hands with the right training.

There will be use made of the Pendigo Lake at the NEC where CFOA CNR, SARbot UK Underwater Rescue, Norfolk Fire & Rescue Diving Team, and West Midlands Fire & Rescue will be running exciting demonstrations of water rescue.

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