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  • 01/02/2021

    Fire Service celebrates LGBT History Month 2021

    Throughout February, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is joining individuals and organisations around the world in celebrating LGBT History Month. As an equal opportunities employer that promotes an inclusive workplace, ECFRS will be celebrating the month with its staff by proudly flying the ...

  • 29/01/2021

    Fire service host question and answer session with Essex residents

    Essex County Fire and Rescue Service recently hosted a live Q&A session on social media to answer questions from Essex residents about home fire safety and smoke alarms. Due to the latest lockdown restrictions, the fire service has not ...

  • 22/01/2021

    ECFRS praised for Covid-19 response by HMICFRS

    Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has praised the way Essex County Fire and Rescue Service (ECFRS) has continued to keep its public and residents safe while supporting partners through the pandemic. ECFRS was inspected by HMICFRS ...

  • 15/01/2021

    Fire Service responds to 70 flood incidents in 24 hours

    Essex County Fire and Rescue Service was called to over 180 incidents in 24 hours yesterday after heavy rain caused wide spread flooding across the County. Firefighters responded to around 70 rescue incidents which included a dog who had been swept away in a river in Halstead, a number ...

  • 13/01/2021

    Fire Service set to reassure community after fatal fire

    UPDATE 9pm 13 January: Due to weather warnings in place for tomorrow (14 January), our team will be door knocking on Friday (15 January) instead. Essex County Fire and Rescue Service will be reassuring residents in Saffron Walden tomorrow (14 January) and will be giving them safety ...

  • 12/01/2021

    Tributes to Essex firefighter Aston Everett

    Colleagues across Essex County Fire and Rescue Service have been paying tribute to Firefighter Aston Everett who sadly died last week. During the afternoon of Saturday 2 January, Aston, aged 54, suffered a brain aneurysm and collapsed while on duty for the Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) ...

  • 01/01/2021

    How many smoke alarms do you have?

    This January, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is encouraging everyone to make sure they have enough working smoke alarms at home, one is not enough. Latest fire statistics reveal that one smoke alarm may not be enough to provide you with the best ...

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