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Holding Out For A Hero

The seventh Annual HFRS Community Awards take place on Thursday 24 September at The Country Park Inn, Hessle.

We need your help to find the 2015 Local Hero.

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Holding Out For A Hero

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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