Fire Suit Aftercare

Making sure your suits are safe – even in the station.

Caring for your kit

Dirty fire suits are not just less effective – they can be downright dangerous. They offer worse insulation, conduct more heat (and even electricity) and are less effective at shedding liquids. That is why good fire suit aftercare is critical for keeping your people safe. Make short work of dirt and contaminants and be ready for the bell with a thorough inspection, cleaning and decontamination process. Suit safety starts with regular aftercare; prepare your crew for action with our nationwide fire suit aftercare service.

Aftercare equals safe wear

Plastics, fillings, chemicals, and foams expose today’s firefighters to harmful chemicals, not just smoke. Modern structural suits stop the worst of it from reaching the skin, but particles can and do stay on a suit’s surface. Our fire suit aftercare package fully cleans and decontaminates suits, eliminating the risk of residue going onto the next scene or compromising your crew’s health.

Dirt-free, decontaminated suits direct

We clean and decontaminate fire suits at 22 nationwide fire suit aftercare service depots. We also manage repairs, replacements and rank change requests as part of our seven-day service. It is simple to set up. Just log into our online Wardrobe Management Portal (WMP) for real-time updates.

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19 June 2023

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