3F design and manufacture quality firefighting products specialising in foam which eliminates post-fire environmental damage.
The company offers a full range of portable and wheeled fire extinguishers, manufactured to the highest standards, and approved / certified to BS EN3. They have been manufactured for long operational use, and are easy to maintain.
Dräger is one of the world’s leading manufacturer of personal protective equipment (PPE), stationary and portable instruments for the detection of toxic and explosive gases, diving technologies and system solutions. Dräger products have been used in the oil and gas industry for many years.
Stirling Group supply high-quality Dräger Fire and Rescue equipment plus offer appropriate product training and maintenance to ensure the ultimate safety of staff and resources.
Stirling Group is partnered with Falck Safety Services in the UK, offering OPITO accredited Major Emergency Management training and with Falck Emergency in Oman and Iraq for emergency response.
Fire Service College (UK)
The Fire Service College is an award-winning leader in fire and emergency response training and one of the world's largest operational fire and rescue training facilities.
They specialise in providing dedicated training for fire and rescue services (FRSs), emergency responders and a wide spectrum of commercial and public sector clients globally. Stirling Group partner with the Fire Service College supporting clients in the Middle East and Africa.
FlamePro (UK) Limited is the producer of firefighting personal protective equipment (PPE), fire retardant work wear and station wear. FlamePro is a 'one-stop-shop', supplying head-to-toe protection for fire fighters on the job and in the station. FlamePro also supplies flame retardant work wear for a range of industries.
HAAGEN produce a whole range of fire training equipment; from smoke generators and, fire training props to full size aircraft simulators, which are developed, tested and manufactured in-house. Product names include the FS-Box, the ACV-Box, Explo Trainer, and the Vesuvius and Etna smoke generators. Training products include the Fire Trainer and the M-FIRE, and live-demonstration units such as the innovative flashover simulator and PPV (Positive Pressure Ventilation) trainer.
HAAGEN’s new Attack Digital Fire Training System is the first digital fire training technology that interacts with a hose line. It was developed in collaboration with instructors worldwide who needed to simulate more realistic fire conditions where live fire wasn't possible.
Holmatro specialises in hydraulic equipment and systems used for rescue, industrial and special tactics operations around the world. High pressure hydraulics are combined with innovative materials and design, resulting in powerful yet lightweight tools.
The International Safety Training College (ISTC) was founded in 2000 and registered as a college in 2012. ISTC currently operates in Malta and Libya providing consultancy and training in firefighting, emergency response, disaster management, offshore and marine survival, fire safety, health and safety and first aid. Stirling Group and ISTC have teamed up to provide the full range of OPITO accredited MEM training.
Stirling Group’s subsidiary company, OBI Telematics, is dedicated to designing and providing integrated safe journey management solutions using the most advanced and best supported technology available.
Seftec Global Training (Kazakhstan)
A specialist on and offshore training provider in Kazakhstan, SEFtec Global Training employs around 40 personnel, the majority of them Kazakh nationals.
SEFtec is accredited and certified to ISO 9001; holds nine OPITO accreditations, (three of which are in partnership with Stirling Group) various client approvals, and is fully licensed and compliant with RoK Legislations. SEFtec provides training at its state-of-the-art facilities or at client locations.