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Community Awards 2015

The seventh Annual HFRS Community Awards take place on Thursday 24 September and we need the public’s help to find this year’s local hero!

Click here to nominate a family member, a friend or a colleague who has gone the extra mile over the last 12 months to keep their community a safer place.

The closing date for nominations is Monday 1 June, 2015.

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Community Awards 2015

Blue is the colour

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service and Hull CCG join the fight with Prostate Cancer UK. On Tuesday 3 March, Hull city centre saw a UK first when Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) unveiled its newest appliance – a blue Prostate Cancer UK branded fire engine!

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Community Safety Volunteers

Community Safety Volunteers are an extremely successful part of Humberside Fire and Rescue that helps make a measurable difference to your local community. Have you got what it takes to become a Volunteer?

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Community Safety Volunteers

Fire Safety at Home

  • Fit smoke alarms and test them regularly
  • Never leave cooking unattended
  • Plan and practise your escape route
  • Switch off appliances before going to bed – including your cooker
  • Close all internal doors to prevent a fire from spreading
  • Share fire your safety plans with family and friends and look out for the elderly
  • Take extra care in the regions roads

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Newsroom Latest

  • May
    21
    2015

    Emergency First Responders now in North Lincs

    A new six-month pilot scheme will see East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) and the Fire and Rescue Services based in the region work together to...
  • May
    20
    2015

    Helping hand for the young people of Scunthorpe

    Unemployed, aged between 16 and 25 and looking to develop your skills to move into training education or employment? Then Humberside Fire and Rescue...
  • Apr
    29
    2015

    Billy’s bound for Barton and back in BA

    Half marathon – tough. Half marathon in full fire kit – tougher. Half marathon in full fire kit with BA set – borderline madness!
  • Apr
    29
    2015

    #SaveKidsLives

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is pleased to support the global campaign for the third UN Global Road Safety Week, from the 4 – 10 May 2015, on...
  • Apr
    22
    2015

    Helping hand for the young people of Grimsby

    Unemployed, aged between 16 and 25 and looking to develop your skills to move into training education or employment? Then Humberside Fire and Rescue...

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