The UK’s largest event for the emergency services, The Emergency Services Show returns to the NEC in Hall 5 and outside area from Wednesday 18 to Thursday 19 September.
The growing free-to-visit event attracted a record total of 8,348 visitors from across the UK and International emergency services in 2018. Over 2,500 of the show’s visitors attended the programme of 90 CPD seminars running in four theatres and 2019 will see the same range of seminars, demonstrations and key learning opportunities.
The Emergency Services Show is a unique event which gives visitors access to the very best knowledge, training, technology, kit and support networks to prepare for future incidents and carry out their roles to the best of their abilities.
The exhibition features over 450 exhibiting companies including leading names in vehicles and fleet, communications, technology, medical and firefighting equipment, search and rescue, extrication, water rescue, first response, protective clothing and uniforms, vehicle equipment, training, community safety and station facilities.
In the networking hub of the show, The Collaboration Zone, over 80 emergency services, voluntary groups, charities and NGOs share details of the support they offer, while members of other partner agencies will be available to discuss co-response and other areas of partnership working.
Entry to the event and parking are free.
SHOW OPEN TIMES:
Wednesday 18 September 2019
09:00 - 17:30
Thursday 19 September 2019
09:00 - 16:00
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.
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.