- Dates: 27/04/2021 > 28/04/2021
- Venue: Hall 5, NEC, North Avenue, Birmingham, United Kingdom, B40 1NT
- Event Website: www.emergencyuk.com
The Emergency Services Show 2021 is open from the 27-28 April 2021 and is a unique event which gives emergency services professionals 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 ability.
Who will you meet?
Over 8,100 visitors attended the 2019 event making The Emergency Services Show the UK’s premier event that attracts key decision-makers such as:
Buyers and specifiers of equipment and services from sectors including:
- Police including British Transport Police and MOD
- Fire & Rescue Service, including DFRMO, airports, refineries, pharmaceutical and industrial brigades
- Ambulance Service including NHS, private/independent ambulances and MOD
- Voluntary sector including British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, Mountain Rescue, Cave Rescue, NSARDA, RNLI, independent lifeboat organisations, Lowland Rescue teams, Community First Responders and many more!
- Procurement departments and framework providers such as YPO, NHS Supply Chain, The Consortium, the Home Office Police and Fire & Rescue Collaboration
- Home Office and ESN
- Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Resilience Direct and Ordnance Survey
- R&D departments including NFCC R&D
- Utilities such as water, telecoms, gas and electricity
- Government Departments such as local authority emergency planning officers, Highways England, Environment Agency, Air Rail and Marine Accident Investigation Branches, and Prison Officers.
What is The Collaboration Zone?
The Collaboration Zone within The Emergency Services Show is in an area of the Show dedicated to networking and shared expertise. Here you can meet end-user organisations who take stands to highlight their skills and services to show visitors. Exhibitors include emergency services, government departments, leading charities, NGOs and voluntary groups all offering crucial support to the emergency services.