Welcome to the February edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter.
Draft Five Year Strategy 2015-20
Cheshire Fire Authority has launched a new draft five year strategy, titled ‘Planning For A Safer Cheshire 2015-2020’, that sets out its plans up to 2020. The strategy clarifies some of the stark choices facing the Authority and outlines the approach and principles it will adopt to ensure it does not compromise on its commitment to protecting local communities, reducing risk and maintaining firefighters’ safety.
We would like you to get involved and have your say to help shape the future of Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Read our draft five year strategy
Cooking safety month
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service will be promoting cooking safety tips throughout the month of February.
There are a number of cooking related dates throughout the month including Pancake Day and National Chip Week. Our kitchen safety vehicle will be out and about in Cheshire throughout February - Find out the dates and venues of our kitchen safety roadshow
Pancake Day is the day when people reach for the frying pan, lemon and sugar - but some end up needing the Fire and Rescue Service too.
When making pancakes, never leave any cooking or kitchen appliances unattended. It only takes a few seconds for an unattended pan or cooker to catch fire.
Read our pancake day safety advice
National Chip Week
Reduce the chance of having a fire in your home by throwing away your chip pan during National Chip Week (16th Feb - 23rd Feb).
Please do not use traditional chip pans, because they can cause fatal fires. There are other options for cooking chips which will keep you and your family safer. Please opt for an alternative to chip pans.
Read our national chip week safety advice
Chinese New Year
Many people across Cheshire will be celebrating Chinese New Year on 19th February 2015. Chinese New Year is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. If you are celebrating, please celebrate safely and take care to avoid the risk of accidental fires.
View fire safety advice for Chinese New Year
Could you be an on-call firefighter?
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service is recruiting for on-call firefighters at the following fire stations: Alsager, Audlem, Birchwood, Bollington, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Malpas, Middlewich, Nantwich, Northwich, Poynton, Runcorn, Sandbach, Stockton Heath, Tarporley, Wilmslow and Winsford.
Could you be an on-call firefighter? If yes, you are welcome to come along to one of our taster events. The event will give potential applicants the opportunity to meet full-time and on-call crews, as well as training and recruitment officers, who will explain exactly how to follow the recruitment process.
Find out more information - On-call taster events
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