The Emergency Services Show 2018

The leading UK annual event for all emergency services personnel
Date
2018-09-19 - 2018-09-20
Organizer
Exhibitors
450
Attendees
7599
Event contact title
SALES & JOINT MANAGING DIRECTOR
Event contact first name
David
Event contact last name
Brown
Email
davidbrown@brodenmedia.com
Event contact telephone number
+44 (0)1737 824010
Notes

Entry to the event, and car parking, at the NEC Birmingham, are both FREE OF CHARGE.

Register online at www.emergencyuk.com

 

Description

In 2017, The Emergency Services Show featured over 450 exhibiting companies and attracted a total of 7,599 visitors, making it the biggest event in its 11-year history.

The impressive indoor and outdoor exhibition is a one-stop shop for sourcing all the latest services and equipment required for emergency response and keeping the public safe from threats such as floods, road traffic accidents and terrorist attacks.

The event presents the ideal opportunity to meet, network and collaborate with colleagues within the emergency services, government departments, voluntary sector partners and NGOs. Free seminars and training sessions are also on offer.

Attendee information

The Show is a trade event dedicated to anyone who works in the emergency services. Police, fire, ambulance, first responders, voluntary workers, search and rescue - the list is endless! If you help others you should be at The Emergency Services Show. Entry is free of charge. This an industry only event and NOT open to the general public.

Exhibitor information

Exhibiting companies include leading names in search and rescue, extrication, communications, IT, protective clothing and uniforms, vehicles and fleet, vehicle equipment, outsourcing, training, community safety, and water rescue.

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