Essex County Fire and Rescue Service

  • 12/11/2013

    Essex Fire Officer Joins International Aid Effort

    An Essex fire officer has flown out to the Philippines today (November 12) to assist in the aftermath of the devastating cyclone Haiyan. Temporary Divisional Officer-Special Operations, Terry Webb, has been deployed to the Philippines as part of a six person team sent by EU Civil ...

  • 07/11/2013

    Winter Fire Safety

    Winter is usually a busy time for fire services as we face an increase in calls to domestic fires caused by candles, heaters, fireplaces and electric blankets. But if you take a few simple precautions it will make sure that you and your family are safe. Divisional Officer Neil Fenwick, ...

  • 06/11/2013

    New strike date announced

    The Fire Brigades Union has announced that its members will be striking between 10am and 2pm on Wednesday November 13. Essex Fire Brigade union members will be joining colleagues nationwide in the strike action which is part of a national dispute over Government pension reforms. ECFRS has ...

  • 01/11/2013

    Be extra careful with fireworks

    With Fire Brigades Union members set to strike between 6.30pm and 11pm this evening, Friday November 1, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is warning everyone to take extra care with with fireworks. The best way to stay safe is to attend an organised display rather than host your own firework ...

  • 31/10/2013

    Candle Safety: Out Like a Light

    Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is asking people to take care when it comes to candles. As the nights draw in more people begin to light candles, but they can lead to fires and it is vital that anyone lighting them up this winter takes a few extra precautions to stay safe. Last year ...

  • 30/10/2013

    Power Cut Safety Advice

    As thousands of homes in Essex cope without power following Monday's storms Essex County Fire and Rescue Service ios urging people to be careful using candles, fire places, and portable heaters to heat and light their homes. If power is not restored by the weekend it is important that people ...

  • 30/10/2013

    Halloween: spooky safety

    Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is warning people to take care and make sure that they enjoy a safe Halloween. As jack-o-lanterns are lit and costumes donned by trick-or-treaters across the county it is important to make sure that safety is in mind on the spookiest night of the ...

  • 25/10/2013

    Harriet is an inspirational winner

    Harriet Smith, a graduate and instructor of the Service’s Down Syndrome Extra 21 Firebreak Scheme, has received an award for the inspirational role she plays in the life of other young people. Harriet Smith, aged 20, was presented with the Inspirational Role Model award at the annual ...

  • 22/10/2013

    Firefighters' Dedication and Commitment Honoured

    Firefighters who have served 20 years with Essex County Fire and Rescue Service were presented with medals at a special ceremony on Monday October 21. Each of the recipients were presented with their Long Service and Good Conduct Medal by the High Sherriff of Essex, Mrs Julia M S Abel ...

  • 14/10/2013

    Student Safety

    Students are enjoying a new found sense of freedom as they fly the nest and begin to live independently away from their parents. University is a time to make new friends, learn new skills and create memories which will last a lifetime. A fire can cause devastation, destroying possessions, ...

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