Essex County Fire and Rescue Service

  • 25/04/2016

    Consultation comes to an end

    A consultation which will help shape the future shape and role of the fire service in Essex came to a close this morning. Over the last 12 weeks the Service has received responses from thousands of people as it asked residents, councils and other organisations to share their views and opinions ...

  • 21/04/2016

    Fire Cadets become Firefighters

    Two fire cadets are set to join the Service as fully fledged firefighters after completing their initial training last Friday. Jack Coates and Jack Blackman were both on the first ever Fire Cadet course to be run by ECFRS, based at Clacton Fire Station, and are now they are set to join the ...

  • 20/04/2016

    Options for change - still time to have your say

    With the Essex County Fire and Rescue Service’s most far reaching consultation set to come to a close on Monday April 25 there is still time to have your say on its future. The consultation, which launched on February 1, sets out three options for change which will prepare the Service for ...

  • 19/04/2016

    Service highlights sprinkler benefits

    Sprinklers save lives and protect property. That is the message Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is sharing with social landlords throughout the County. Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has written to all Chief Executives with responsibility for social housing to remind them that up to ...

  • 18/04/2016

    National bravery award for Service dog team

    Service search and rescue dog team John Ball and Darcy were honoured at the Service Dog Awards which took place at Ingatestone Hall on Saturday, April 16. The awards recognise bravery, outstanding achievement and dedication to duty made by uniformed working dog teams and individuals across the ...

  • 15/04/2016

    Service welcomes new on-call firefighters

    The Service is welcoming its newest recruits who are set to join on-call crews at stations across Essex. The six new recruits have completed their initial 10 day training course at Service’s Training Centre in Witham and they will now join firefighters at Coggeshall, Stansted, Great Dunmow ...

  • 15/04/2016

    Crucial Crew success in Colchester

    More than 120 older people have received home safety and fire prevention advice at a safety event hosted by Essex County Fire and Rescue Service. The Service held the fourth annual Older People's Crucial Crew, in St Botolph's Church, yesterday (Thursday, April 14). The event, which ...

  • 15/04/2016

    Safety videos highlight prevention work

    A series of three videos highlight the protection and prevention work being carried out by Essex County Fire and Rescue Service. Each of the videos, which were made with Heart Essex, focuses on a different aspect of the safety work carried out and the work being done to help make Essex ...

  • 14/04/2016

    Firefighters to cycle across Costa Rica for charity

    Firefighters are appealing for donations ahead of a gruelling cycle across Costa Rica. Basildon firefighters Katie Jacks and John Worsley are taking part in the 500km ‘Coast to Coast’ cycle challenge over 10 days. The trip, which takes place in November, will take them from the ...

  • 12/04/2016

    Options for Change: sign language video

    A new video uses British Sign Language to explain exactly what Essex County Fire and Rescue Service are consulting people about. The video takes the deaf community that use British Sign Language through the Options for Change Consultation Document explain the drivers for change and the three ...

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