泰坦很高兴地宣布,他们正在为欧洲的企业,政府和私人安全部门提供新系列的奢侈品装甲车。泰坦现在能够提供定制的装甲车,包括范围罗孚,梅赛德斯奔驰和丰田陆地巡洋舰。

标准范围提供全身铠装具有B6级保护,B6重叠,以便在线性和角度轨迹之后的子弹中提供保护,升级的悬架,轮式组件,所有轮子上的开槽盘以增强散热。

  • 装甲范围漫步

范围揽胜是最受欢迎的装甲车辆,因为它们提供出色的所有地形移动,高性能发动机和高抗冲击性。该系列提供升级的悬架和轮子组件,全铠装覆盖为B6作为标准,开槽的圆盘和20个“轮式组件。弹道玻璃提供B6水平保护,带护甲在关键区域重叠。内部发动机和车辆部件配有额外的电镀,保护和冗余,以保持车辆移动。

  • 装甲梅赛德斯奔驰

S级轿车是豪华车的顶峰d we are able to offer the new W221 generation in a variety of customized configurations including the S400 hybrid, S600, S63 and S65 AMG. The range offers complete armor coverage for all four sides and the roof, windshield and doors with ballistic overlaps and reinforced hinges to prevent potential misalignment of plates. The chassis has been fully reinforced and brake systems and suspension systems upgraded to provide increased mobility with armor plating.

  • 装甲丰田陆地巡洋舰

丰田陆地巡洋舰是该公司的热门旗舰产品,可在左侧和右手驱动器中提供,发动机尺寸从4.0L V6 - 5.7L V8汽油和4.5L V8柴油提供出色的电源和速度。

装甲陆地巡洋舰对所有地形提供了令人难以置信的多样性,为侧壁提供了SmartArmor单片装甲设计,重叠防火墙装甲,以尽量减少焊接点,定制制造的门板,用于子弹捕捉的Spall Liner,更新的盔甲为电池提供额外的电池保护,发动机翅膀,ECU,制动缸和散热器。在汽车翻转的情况下,该车辆被设计为充当卷筒,并且可以完全定制到客户的规格。

自动灭火系统

除标准功能外,泰坦的装甲车辆可配备CEN B7水平保护盔甲,可保护盔甲刺穿轮,弹道散热器保护,经过认证的防爆,自动灭火系统,通信系统,逃生舱口和PA系统。他们今天提供了市场上最普通的装甲车。所有泰坦的车辆都是完全定制的,并订购,以便客户始终收到一辆量身定制的装甲车。

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Covid-19大流行对延伸到2021及以后的消防服务的影响
Covid-19大流行对延伸到2021及以后的消防服务的影响

在消防COVID-19流感大流行的影响will continue at least through 2021 and possibly for years to come. Specifically, several aspects of the pandemic have impacted the fire service long-term and have possibly changed it forever. More awareness of Health Issues For one thing, the pandemic has heightened awareness about issues of health and wellness of firefighters. In this regard, COVID-19 has been just the latest in the series of health and wellness issues surrounding the fire service. However, a global pandemic is difficult to ignore or neglect, unlike some other perpetual health concerns, such as physical exhaustion, cancer risks and mental and emotional burnout. Ideally, the urgency of addressing the health concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus will translate into better management of longer-term concerns about the more enduring and ultimately, less retractable health concerns. In the end, concerns about health should be broad-based and intrinsic. Heightened awareness of the broad spectrum of health issues should be ingrained in the fire serve to engender more action, which is much needed and a long overdue. Greater focus on Personal Protective Equipment Another positive of the COVID-19 pandemic is a greater focus on personal protective equipment (PPE) Another positive of the COVID-19 pandemic is a greater focus on personal protective equipment (PPE). Might emphasis on the use of masks during the pandemic translate into broader and long term awareness of the important role of PPE and more consistent usage to protect fire personnel? Concerns about PPE supply during the pandemic also point to a need to manage usage levels of the equipment to ensure changes in the market do not leave a department’s personnel unprotected. Financial and budget challenges for fire departments The COVID-19 pandemic has also emphasized the fragile nature of fire department budgeting at all levels. Departments across the board were negatively impacted as tax revenues and fundraising funds decreased. And it’s not over yet. Financial struggles will continue through the final phases of the pandemic. Addressing the budgetary impact will extend into future budget cycles and fire departments will continue to feel the impact. More than ever, departments will need to look for additional funding sources, such as government and foundation grants. Imminent manpower crisis and concerns The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the rates of retirement among firefighters, not to mention the likelihood of lower head counts because of budgetary cutbacks. The stresses of dealing with COVID-19 could discourage possible recruits from joining the fire service. The bottom line is an imminent manpower crisis for the fire service; or, I should say, a hastening of a manpower crisis that already exists. Furthermore, volunteer departments are finding it harder than ever to attract personnel and recruiting paid firemen has its own set of challenges. A legacy of the pandemic might be even more difficulty recruiting manpower for fire service. Training fire service personnel As the public health and safety environment has evolved, so too has the role of the fire service The COVID-19 pandemic stretched the resources of many fire departments as they sought to help out in myriad ways during public health emergencies. For example, more departments were called on to fill in the gaps in emergency management, community safety, etc. As the public health and safety environment has evolved, so too has the role of the fire service. To the extent that those changes persist into a ‘new normal’, fire departments will be struggling to fulfill their expanded roles. Departments will need to invest their scarce resources in training fire service personnel to respond to community needs in new and different ways. Fire services need to do more with less Taken together, these factors point to a need for fire departments to do more with less and fire departments need to up their game when it comes to addressing health concerns, managing PPE supplies, recruiting new personnel, and expanding services to meet the changing needs in the community. However, less funding and fewer other resources reflect an operational environment that may be changed forever. In general, the fire service rose to the occasion during the global COVID-19 pandemic. The aftermath will also require fire service volunteers and professionals to work even harder than they already have to deliver on a challenging and expanding mission.

废物安全 - 保险公司的作用
废物安全 - 保险公司的作用

在废物行业内运营的企业易于广泛的火灾风险影响。储存可燃材料,工业车辆的持续使用和浪费的天然能力在温度上升高,都会增加这些风险。该部门的安全近年来有所改善,环境署(EA)为每种废物和回收站制作防火计划(FPPS)强制性。但是,仍然有一种方法可以确保最大的安全 - 并保险公司在剧中发挥至关重要的作用。詹姆斯山,销售和营销总监,消防盾系统有限公司,与匿名保险顾问发表讲话,在废物和回收和浪费到能源领域,探索下一步废物行业需要为所有人创造更安全的环境。有效的防火在废物行业中看到的常见火灾安全问题是什么?While the EA has made FPPs mandatory for all sites, these tend to state the need to install ‘a suppression solution’ For waste and recycling and waste to energy sites in particular, we tend to see a general lack of effective fire prevention and suppression systems. While the EA has made FPPs mandatory for all sites, these tend to state the need to install ‘a suppression solution’. It often won’t stipulate any required standards, particular specifications for compliance, and it also doesn’t always consider the conditions in which the system will be used and should operate effectively. The difficulty is decisions are primarily driven by costs. This can lead to sites unknowingly cutting corners by selecting substandard systems that don’t address their individual risks. For example, a business may select a sprinkler system as a cheaper alternative to an automatic suppression system, however, should a fire break out, that system may be designed to protect the warehouse shell, rather than the teams and valuable equipment inside it. fire safety systems How do insurers usually recommend fire safety systems? In many cases, insured systems will arise from a manufacturer’s deal. For example, a forklift may be pre-fitted with a vehicle fire suppression system, which was installed as part of a bulk deal with the manufacturer. However, that template system may not be fit for purpose in every operating environment, such as those which require the vehicle to operate continuously, with little downtime, to fulfil busy work schedules. If a site demonstrates that it has fire protection measures implemented, some insurers will accept the policy, without verifying how effective those measures are in practice. This can lead businesses to trust a system that isn’t the most suitable for their individual risks. Also, insurance underwriting templates will often only stipulate the need for ‘an approved system’, giving little incentive for businesses to go beyond the minimum approval requirements. That’s where insurers can play a crucial part in driving up standards. individual risk assessment What more could be done? Some certification standards can be used to guide insurer decisions and safeguard sites more effectively Although not compulsory, some certification standards can be used to guide insurer decisions and safeguard sites more effectively. Two key examples of these standards being the FM Approval and SPCR (P-Mark). If a system carries the FM approval mark, subject to an individual risk assessment, businesses and insurers can trust its ability to effectively safeguard a site. Whereas the SPCR (P-Mark) standard acts as an industry benchmark for the fire suppression systems for heavy vehicles and machinery. Both of these standards evaluate the effectiveness of a system, applying a range of tests to ensure they are fit for purpose in practice. The onus for driving safety standards forward is with the insurer. It’s about recommending the right systems for the right sites and environments - education is a crucial part of that. Insurers need to confidently carry out checks to ensure measures and systems are robust enough to adequately protect the site. It’s a win-win scenario. factors influencing risk The standards promote greater transparency on the suitability of systems, preventing businesses from unknowingly selecting a substandard solution and delivering confidence in the safety of the site for teams and assets. For insurers, a safer site means decreased fire risk, meaning pay out costs are also likely to decrease. How has the safety of the industry changed over recent years? Typically, waste and recycling and waste to energy have always been ‘rogue’ operating areas, but safety standards have moved on in recent years, and the EA continues to become more stringent in its fire safety guidance. There are a number of different factors influencing risk across the sectors, making addressing the issue all the more urgent. fire suppression systems By adopting safety standards, the insurance industry can move to reduce inadequate fire prevention systems These include Brexit and the resulting implications of the Basel Convention regulations and China’s ban on solid waste imports, both of which are causing new export restrictions to be placed upon areas which were previously highly relied upon for waste disposal. This is causing a number of waste transportation delays and higher storage levels for waste sites, leading sites to operate closer to storage capacity. In turn, this increases dependence on fire prevention and suppression systems to ensure safe sites. unique operating environments What are the next steps throughout 2021 and beyond? The whole insurance market needs to work together. It’s a collective approach. The EA will continue to push for greater mitigation measures on site. However, by adopting effective safety standards, such as FM approval and SPCR (P Mark), the insurance industry can move to reduce the presence of inadequate fire prevention and suppression systems. Fire safety is all about selecting and insuring the right systems. Insurers need to account for the unique operating environments of sites within the waste and recycling and waste to energy sectors - that is the crucial next step.

82年朗Pocketalk提供即时翻译uages For First Responders
82年朗Pocketalk提供即时翻译uages For First Responders

紧急情况下的翻译是一项挑战,首先是一次响应者每天面对。例如,伦敦卢顿机场的消防服务以前必须找到一个员工或乘客,这些乘客可以帮助他们翻译,这并不总是可能的。作为最后的度假胜地,该服务将围绕一个大量的众多医疗问题携带众多语言,但这并没有解决理解任何回复的问题。AI动力语言翻译设备现在他们拥有更多即时设备,以提供更快和更简单的通信方式。它被称为PocketAkp,一种AI动力语言翻译设备,用于在嘈杂的环境中触摸按钮的即时和准确的双向对话,即使在嘈杂的环境中也是如此。PocketAkk支持82种语言,涉及世界90%的人口。它已被用作紧急通信工具,以便在消防员工和医疗保健从业者及其服务用户/患者等响应者之间分解障碍。快速,轻松,平静的消防员可以使用PocketAkp快速,轻松,平静地与紧急情况的人们沟通。它有助于他们克服语言障碍,实现一系列目标 - 从评估那些不会将英语造成的人的伤害作为第一个语言,以便向他们提出有关紧急情况的更多信息。组织面临着越来越多的挑战,以满足不断变化的沟通需求。 For example, among the United Kingdom’s increasingly diverse population, around one in ten people do not speak English as their first language. In areas like London, this figure is around one in five people. Emergency Services Donations Healthcare providers including five UK ambulance services received donations and are using Pocketalk Following an announcement earlier in 2020 that 500 Pocketalk W devices were being donated to emergency services providers in Europe to help them deal with COVID-19, London Luton Airport’s Fire Service was one of the organizations to apply for units. Healthcare providers including five UK ambulance services - North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Avon Valley Community Responders, St Johns Ambulance (Norwich), St Johns Ambulance (Greater Manchester), and Special Ambulance Transfers – also received donations and are using Pocketalk. The parent company, Sourcenext, has an interest in language learning, which is where Pocketalk came from. The product vision was simple –to make it easy for people who speak different languages to understand each other. Pocketalk is now helping to break down language barriers all over the world. Awareness & Usefulness The best way to increase awareness of Pocketalk and its usefulness in an emergency situation is to get the devices in the hands of service users, the company says. “During the start of the COVID pandemic, we wanted to help people by donating devices to emergency services teams,” says Tomoaki Kojim, Senior Managing Director of Sourcenext Corp. “This, in turn, has helped these teams to understand exactly how it can be of benefit in an emergency —namely, by providing quick and accurate language translations, without the need for an interpreter (in person or on the phone).” Two-Way Communication Pocketalk helped to open up two-way communication quickly and save time for medical emergencies For the London Luton Airport Fire Service, Pocketalk devices have helped to open up that two-way communication quickly. In medical emergencies, time can be crucial – Pocketalk not only helps them to save time but also to get a detailed account from the patient or any witnesses to an incident. It has also helped with general communication from the passengers, some of whom are distressed when trying to find the correct gate or which bus to catch as they leave the airport. No Language Barrier London Luton Airport Fire Service has not had to change any of its procedures after implementing Pocketalk, but they have been very happy to retire their translation book. It also reassures them that language is not the barrier it used to be when dealing with people during their working day. For them, implementing Pocketalk devices has been easy, and all operational members of staff at the fire station have had a short training session on how to operate the Pocketalk devices. The fire service has also loaned its spare device to passenger services assistants at the airport to help them with any potential communication issues. One challenge to implementing the device could be getting staff to learn how to use it and practice with it in training situations, so they can really rely on it in an emergency. That said, “Pocketalk is easy to use and does not take long to master,” says Kojim.

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