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Police Federation’s Health and Safety Lead to discuss risk of suicide and mental ill-health on first day of Emergency Services Show

The first day of the Emergency Services Show will see Police Federation of England and Wales’ (PFEW) Health and Safety Lead, Mark Andrews discussing the help and support available to all frontline workers at risk of suicide and mental ill-health.

Over 5000 people a year take their own life, and those on the frontline of the emergency services are known to be at greater risk.

Mark Andrews, Health and Safety Lead of PFEW

Mark and panel experts from across the different emergency services will discuss what help there is across the sector and how best to access the help to ensure those who need it most are identified and given the support they need.

The Emergency Services Show, the UK’s ultimate annual gathering of the blue light sector, will take place on 19 and 20 September at NEC, Birmingham, featuring 500+ leading brands, hands-on product demonstrations, outstanding learning opportunities led by the sector’s greatest minds and thought leaders, and unrivalled networking and collaboration.

With specialised zones concentrating on specific duties, needs and requirements across the emergency services sector, professionals will find new solutions, strategies and connections directly from the sector’s leading authorities.

This September, The Emergency Tech Show will launch alongside the award-winning The Emergency Services Show.

The Emergency Tech Show will be the UK’s largest showcase of emerging technologies and innovations that are driving change in emergency services. 

You can register for the event here.

(Source: PFEW)


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