Emergency Response and Rescue Equipment - 865

Emergency Response Equipment
A national framework for the supply of Emergency Response and Rescue Equipment. This framework consists of 12 lots including; Water Rescue Protective Clothing and Footwear, Working at Heights Equipment, Vehicle Stabilising and Cutting Equipment, Life Jackets and Flotation Devices, Lighting, Small Rescue Tools, Crafts and Rafts, Thermal Imaging Cameras and Associated Products, Portable and Pop-up Shelters, Diving Equipment, Hoses and Hose Testing and PPV Fans and Associated Products.
Framework Period: 02 July 2018 - 01 July 2022
Extension Opportunities: None
OJEU Framework Notice: 2018/S 061-135138
OJEU Award Notice: 2018/S 139-318255
Geographic Coverage: National

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  • Reduced timescales – Customers don’t need to run a full OJEU procurement through this framework as it has already been done by YPO. All you need to do is identify your requirements, present them to the market and award a contract.

 

This also benefits suppliers as they only need to complete on OJEU procurement.

 

  • Ease of use – Simple to use with expert advice available from YPO.

 

  • Excellent choice of supplier – more details can be found on the supplier tab or the user guide

 

  • Legality – A fully legal framework in line with EU regulations

 

  • Assured supplier standards – Providers are ‘pre-qualified’ as to their general suitability, which means when buying services from them, customers are assured they can meet specified requirements

 

  • Aggregation of spend – customers will receive the benefits of an aggregated volume of spend and the benefits associated with an increased leverage on the market

 

  • Pre-defined terms and conditions – terms and conditions of the contract have already been established, and signed and accepted by suppliers.

 



  • Lot 1 - Water Rescue Protective Clothing and Footwear
    This lot covers all different types of protective clothing and footwear for water rescue. Including (but not limited to) - dry suits, wet suits and footwear.
    Suppliers: 11
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 2 - Working at Heights Equipment
    This lot covers all products and equipment associated with working at heights. Including (but not limited to) - harnesses, suspension seats and ropes.
    Suppliers: 7
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 3 - Vehicle Stabilising and Cutting Equipment - RTC
    This lot covers all products for use in vehicle stabilising, cutting and rescue from vehicles or equipment including (but not limited to) - stationary cutters, mobile cutters and spreaders.
    Suppliers: 5
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 4 - Life Jackets and Flotation Devices
    This lot covers all products in relation to life jackets and flotation devices for water rescue including (but not limited to) - inflatable life jackets, foam life jackets, buoyancy aids and lifebuoys.
    Suppliers: 10
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 5 - Lighting
    This lot covers all lighting products that are to be used in rescue including (but not limited to) - handheld torches, head torches, searchlights and floodlights.
    Suppliers: 11
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 6 - Small Rescue Tools
    This lot covers all small tools and items which are used during all types of rescue including (but not limited to) - step blocks, seat belt cutters and rescue knives.
    Suppliers: 11
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 7 - Crafts and Rafts
    This lot covers all crafts and rafts and inflatable paths including (but not limited to) - inflatable boats, inflatable paths, life rafts and offshore evacuation systems.
    Suppliers: 7
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 8 - Thermal Imaging Cameras and Associated Products
    This lot covers all thermal imaging cameras and associated products including (but not limited to) - thermal imaging cameras, battery packs, charging facilities and mounts.
    Suppliers: 9
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 9 - Portable and Pop-up Shelter
    This lot covers all portable, self-assembly and pop up shelters including (but not limited to) - decontamination tents, universal tents, medical tents and inflatable air shelters.
    Suppliers: 5
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 10 - Diving Equipment
    This lot covers all equipment used in diving rescue and body recovery including (but not limited to) – regulators, masks and cyclinders and accessories.
    Suppliers: 3
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 11 - Hoses and Hose Testing, Nozzles and Branches
    This lot covers all hoses, hose testing, nozzles and branches including (but not limited to) – hoses, reels, hose nozzles, hose testing and repair and branches.
    Suppliers: 9
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition

  • Lot 12 - Foam and Associated Products
    Suppliers: Not awarded

  • Lot 13 - PPV Fans and Associated Products
    This lot covers PPV fans and associated products including (but not limited to) – PPV fans, suction hoses, props and exhaust adapters.
    Suppliers: 6
    Method of call off contracts: Further Competition



Meet the buyer:

Sarah Earl joined YPO 20 years ago and has recently become the category buyer for the emergency services and blue light team.

 

Blogs:

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    As the ‘Beast from the East’ gripped and caused chaos throughout the UK, it’s important at such a time, to remember the increased strain that is inherently forced upon the emergency services.

  • Top 10 animal rescues of 2017
    Did you know, the UK Fire Services have spent at least £3.5m rescuing 17,000 animals in the last three years!

  • Staying safe around water
    It’s surprising to hear that drowning is one of the UK's leading accidental causes of death, resulting in more than 300 fatalities after tripping, falling or simply through underestimation of risks involved with being near water.

 

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  • Angloco Logo
      

    Angloco offer the manufacture, hire, sales and service of a complete range of fire-fighting and rescue vehicles and equipment. The UK’s largest exporter and longest established builder of fire-fighting vehicles. Now a leading supplier of fire and rescue equipment. Angloco act as exclusive UK distributors for a range of special fire and rescue vehicles and equipment.

            
    Angus Fire Logo
      

    Angus Fire is a global leader in firefighting technology with a remarkable history in manufacturing fire protection products that can be traced back over 220 years. We have continued to innovate developing high quality, high performance products. We have customers in over 100 countries spread across a variety of sectors, serviced by an unrivalled worldwide distributor network.

              
    Arco logo
      

    Since our establishment in 1884, the Martin Family have been, and continue to be, the majority shareholders in our business. We are the UK’s leading safety company, distributing quality products and training and providing expert advice, helping to shape the safety world and make work a safer place.

            
     BCB Interntational
      

    BCB International Ltd are been supplying the UK Military and Emergency Services with survival equipment for over 60 years. We pride ourselves on providing quality user friendly products that meet the operational needs of our customers.

            
    Beechwood Logo
       

    Beechwood Equipment is an approved MOD supplier (NCAGE: KOF-83) and supplier to emergency services nationwide. The company specialise in the supply of optics, electro optics (night vision and thermal vision), ballistic protection, tactical and rescue equipment.
    Beechwood is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Cyber Essential: QGCE576. DUNS: 220855873.

         
    Clan Tools Logo   Clan Tools and Plant Ltd have been supplying the UK Fire and Rescue Services with a range of operational equipment since 1980. The product range includes the Lukas Hydraulic and Battery operated (eDRAULIC) rescue tools as well as the Vetter airbags systems, Positive Pressure Ventilation units, Thermal Imaging Cameras, Branches, Nozzles and many more.
         
    Delta Fire logo
      

    Delta Fire are a UK manufacturer of cutting-edge firefighting equipment with an exemplary history of supply to UK Fire & Rescue Services. Ongoing investment in R&D and a firm commitment to maximising firefighter safety has contributed to a range of products highly respected in more than 65 countries around the world.

            
  • Firehosetech Company Logo   Fire Hosetech was started in April 1991 by Derek Coultherd following almost 20 years at Angus Fire Armour – as it then was.  Specialising in hose repairs and equipment servicing from the very beginning, it has steadily grown over the years becoming the leading hose testing and repair service used by the UK’s professional firefighters.
         
    Goliath Footwear logo
      

    Goliath Footwear manufacture and supply UK Fire and Rescue, Police and Ambulance Organisations with protective footwear for specialist and multi-task roles.  These boots, with the exception of the Dry Suit Boot, feature original injected DDR®(Dual Density Rubber) sole technology produced in their ISO9001 quality assured factory.

            
    Holmatro Company Logo   Holmatro was founded in 1967 in the Netherlands. Initially Holmatro only bought and sold industrial hydraulic equipment for the shipbuilding industry.  In the early 70’s Holmatro started manufacturing in its own right and rescue equipment soon became the second major market Holmatro was active in.
    Illasco  Keela Company Logo
      

    Keela with Ilasco are a British technical clothing and equipment manufacturer with the sole aim of offering quality products packed with innovation and technology. After nearly thirty years we continue to enhance our reputation on these principles. Our bespoke service in our manufacturing unit in Glenrothes allows garments to be customised to your requirements.

            
    Level Peaks logo
      

    Level Peaks is owned and run by former specialist military Veterans. We use our unrivalled and intrinsic knowledge to ensure that we deliver superb equipment and exemplary customer service at all times. Our core business is equipping the world’s most exacting defence and security professionals.

            
    Lyon Company Logo
        Lyon Equipment Work and Rescue is the leading provider of training and equipment for work at height and rescue in difficult environments.
    Customers include:
    - Emergency Services - Fire & Rescue, Police, Ambulance, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Mountain, Cave and Mine Rescue
    Nightsearcher Logo  

    NightSearcher began designing and specialising in rechargeable lighting solutions in 1989. These products were specifically supplied to the uniformed and industrial markets, where NightSearcher has developed a high reputation for quality and service. Our product range includes high quality searchlights, hand-lamps, area lighting, floodlights both portable and fixed, flashlights, head torches and lighting for hazardous locations.

                                                           
  • SAR Logo
      

    Specialist Access & Rescue Products Ltd was founded in 2003 by Dave & Dorene Allport. We pride ourselves on manufacturing products that offer superior performance, reliability, user benefits and at the same time are cost effective. Our customer focused attitude ensures that we continue to offer products that are backed up with exemplary customer support. 

            
    SeaSea Company Logo
      

    Established in 1972, SEA & SEA Ltd has long been the UK's leading independent distributor of recreational and technical diving gear and underwater photography equipment. We carry a strong range of brands and offer quality equipment to all divers across the country through our wide network of stockists.

            
    Secumar logo
      

    SECUMAR specializes in meeting the unique technical demands our customers place on commercial lifejackets and immersion or thermal protective suits. We produce all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) solutions to protect one from drowning. The most important criterion next to wearer comfort is the functional security of the device. For that reason we are the only lifejacket manufacturer in the world that develops and produces its own valves, buckles and inflator mechanisms.

            
    Survitec Logo   

    Survitec is a world-leading survival technology brand that enables our customers to operate in emergency situations effectively and safely, offering solutions through a portfolio of products and services spanning the marine, aviation, defence and offshore sectors.

         
    Terberg Logo  

    Terberg DTS UK Fire and Rescue Division is a leading supplier of fire vehicles and equipment to the civilian, airport and military sectors. Our vision is to provide the fire industry with a dedicated, reliable and cost-effective service which exceeds the expectation of our customers.

         
    Typhoon logo
      

    Typhoon International is the world’s largest manufacturer of dry suits and a key player in the Rescue, Commercial Marine and Diving markets with PPE products specifically designed for all of its user markets: independent and national rescue organisations, fire & rescue organisations, commercial organisations, national government bodies, government agencies and local authorities.

            
    Vimpex Company Logo  

    Established in 1994 - Vimpex is a specialist supplier of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & Safety Equipment, Technical Rescue products and Lighting and Power Solutions to the Paramedic, Rescue, Police, Military and associated markets.

         
    Weber Company Logo  

    Weber Rescue UK Limited was formed in January 2007 to strengthen the supply and support of Weber-Hydraulic Rescue Equipment to the UK and Republic of Ireland Emergency Services. We are a sister company to Weber UK Limited a business which has been established in the UK since 1974, and has become a leading supplier of high quality hydraulic equipment.

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