Falck with new ambition: Paramedics in manned drones to save more lives
Falck will make manned drones an integral part of its fire and emergency medical services. Before 2025, the first citizens will be met by paramedics flying in drones. The technology is rapidly evolving. Next phase will be to gain concrete experience of how drones may be used in specific situations and to adjust legislation to allow drones to become part of everyday life.
Falck Fire Services UK agrees new Emergency Response and Security Contract with INEOS Nitriles at Seal Sands
Falck Fire Services UK is delighted to announce that it has commenced delivery of industrial firefighting, medical response, high quality fire engineering consultancy and security services at the INEOS Nitriles Seal Sands Site from 1 June 2020.
Falck Healthcare supports healthy lifestyle with AI in partnership with leading health tech company dacadoo
Falck Healthcare has partnered with leading global health tech company, dacadoo, to create a unique digital healthcare universe named Falck Pulse. Falck Healthcare is the largest provider of occupational healthcare in the Nordics, and now the company will use anonymised health data and personal insights to keep employees healthy and fit for the labour market.
Falck renews large ambulance contract in U.S.
The global ambulance provider to continue providing top-quality ambulance services to Orange County, California
Falck acquires leading private ambulance company in Malaysia
By acquiring First Ambulance, Falck forms a strong partnership with an experienced local player to establish a platform for the expansion of an emergency medical services business throughout Malaysia.
Falck enters partnership with IFC and IFU in Sub-Saharan Africa
Sub-Saharan nations will be the focus for the joint venture within primary and secondary health care services for the growing middle classes.
New Public-Private Partnership in the Netherlands
Falck Fire Services and the Dutch public fire brigade plan to cooperate in a special Public-Private Partnership in the Netherlands.
Falck and BORNEfonden in West Africa partnership
Falck and BORNEfonden have agreed a new NGO-corporate partnership to train healthcare staff in Benin in West Africa in assisting to make childbirths safer and reduce maternal mortality. In addition, members of the local community will be trained in mother-child health and first aid. The project is the first of its kind.