Fire-brigade and rescue services. Fire-fighting vehicles. Fire-fighting vehicle ladders. Fire-fighting rescue and safety equipment. Breathing apparatus for fire-fighting. Fire-fighting materials. Pumps for fire-fighting. Fire-fighting equipment installation work. Repair and maintenance services of fire-fighting equipment. Fire-brigade uniforms. Occupational clothing, special work-wear and accessories. Fire-detection systems. Water-tender vehicles. Fire suppression system. Fire suppression foam or similar compounds. Fire hoses. Vehicle-fleet-support services. Fire and explosion protection and control consultancy services. Training services. Training facilities. Education and training services. Specialist training services. Training simulators. Risk or hazard assessment other than for construction. Investigation services. Airport operation services. The MOD is seeking requests from companies (or consortia) to participate in the competition for the delivery of a Fire and Rescue (F&R) capability that meets the following Single Statement of User Need.'Defence requires personnel, estates and assets to be appropriately supported worldwide, in peace and conflict, by a preventative, protective and responsive fire and risk management capability which is cost-effective, affordable, sustainable and agile'.The competition may include delivery of all or part of the underlying services necessary to deliver the overall fire and rescue capability.It is expected that during the period of contract, adjustments will be required to take account of changes which may impact the fire and rescue requirement, contract provisions or method of delivery. Such changes being:— Future operations or locations where a fire and rescue service may be required;— Changes to the volume and locations of Defence Establishments.Any such changes will be managed within the contract and shall not be considered as material changes.The request to participate must take the form of a completed Dynamic Pre-Qualification Questionnaire.