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Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service is marking International Women’s Day

How it started... how it's going. Image shows Claire Aldersey as a fire fighter recruit in the 80s and now , as an equipment manager.

Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service is marking International Women’s Day on March 8 by highlighting the excellent work that women are doing in the service. Whether it is tackling blazes, helping to prevent potential incidents or making sure firefighters are equipped properly – there’s truly a role in any department for women who may want …

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Lateral flow device testing is keeping firefighters safe and on the road

Lateral flow testing

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service is using workplace lateral flow device testing, with officers trained to test their crews to ensure firefighters stay safe at work and out in public during the pandemic. A pilot scheme began in January at two fire stations, Moulton and Mereway, and that is now being rolled out to all …

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Northamptonshire leads the way in on-call recruitment

Keri Worrall

Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue staff have featured in a national campaign urging people to consider becoming on-call firefighters. Working as an on-call firefighter means being involved in a wide range of activities in your local area from responding to emergency calls, to carrying out work in local communities to support their needs or providing prevention …

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Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service continue pandemic support to other agencies

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) is giving continued support to the county’s response to COVID 19, driving ambulances and assisting with the transfer of the deceased from Northampton General Hospital to the Leys, which is the county’s temporary body storage facility and part of the Local Resilience Forum. The Government asked the fire service …

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Reduce your lockdown fire safety risks after spate of incidents in county

Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) are urging people to be aware of some basic fire safety tips during lockdown, following a spate of fires caused by cooking and heating in the home. With people across the county now asked to stay indoors to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and people working from home and …

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