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Staveley

Staveley Fire Station is both a wholetime, and on-call station with 2 fire engines. They predominantly respond to incidents in Staveley and the surrounding areas. The station is crewed by 4 wholetime watches each with a Watch Manager, a Crew Manager and up to 5 Firefighters, and the on-call unit is crewed by 1 Watch Manager, 2 Crew Managers and up to 12 Firefighters.

Contact Numbers

Contact Numbers

EMERGENCIES: 999
General Fire Service Enquiries: 01773 305305

Location

Location

Crompton Road
Staveley
Chesterfield
S43 3PG

District: Chesterfield

Duty System

Wholetime / On-Call

Wholetime Stations are staffed by wholetime personnel using a shift system of 4 watches (blue, green, red and white) operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This comprises of a 4 on 4 off work pattern of 2 day shifts (8am to 7pm) and 2 night shifts (7pm to 8am), followed by 4 days off.

On-Call Stations are staffed by Firefighters who are members of the community and are paid to respond to emergencies. They do not staff the fire station 24 hours a day like full-time firefighters on the wholetime duty system. They are notified of an emergency call via a personal pager, which they carry with them when they are on duty. On-Call Firefighters will book themselves available for fire calls and, if a call comes in during the hours they have agreed to be on call, they must reach the fire station within the allocated time usually within 5 minutes of receiving the pager message.

Most of our On-Call Firefighters are in full-time employment, with an agreement from their employers to leave to attend an emergency call and nearly all carry out their community engagement, prevention and protection duties.

Training

Wholetime Training : Daily - Usually in the morning

On Call Training : Wednesday 18:00 hours

Station Key Personnel

Watch Manager

The Watch Manager is identified from the role markings shown & wears a navy blue shirt. Their primary duty, is the running of the station and the management of the staff attached to that location. They are the officer in-charge of the fire appliance & take charge of incidents that they attend.

Crew Manager

The Crew Manager is identified by the role markings shown & wears a navy blue shirt. This person assists the Watch  Manager in the delivery of their duties, which includes standing in for them in their absence.This person rides on the fire appliance as a crew member but also has the qualifications to be in charge of an incident when required.

Fire fighter

Firefighters wear a navy blue shirt but do not have any role markings. Their primary role is to undertake the general duties required for the daily running of the fire station and forms the remainder of the crew that staff the appliance attached to that particular location.

Station Appliances

Water Ladder Pump

Water Ladder Pump

Able to attend all fire service incidents. Crewed by 3-6 staff.

  • 1800 Ltr water tank
  • Godiva 2010 world series multi pressure pump or Prima multi pressure pump
  • Carries a 13.5m or 10.5m ladder , a short extension ladder, a 9m ladder and a roof ladder
  • Newer appliances carry 100 litres of foam.

MRU

MRU

Prime Mover with Major Rescue Unit

The MRU is Pod based and incorporates a prime mover. It carries heavy duty rescue and lifting equipment for use at Road Traffic Collisions or incidents involving larger vehicles such as lorries, trains, aeroplanes etc. It can also provide lighting systems, portable shelter, structural support at collapsed buildings and equipment for the detection of people at such incidents (snake eye camera and Delsar listening device).

BA Pod

BA Pod

Breathing Apparatus (BA) Command and Support Pod

This pod is transported to an incident by a prime mover and its primary aim is to support operations at large scale incidents where a large number of Breathing Apparatus wearers are deployed. It carries 45 charged BA cylinders, BA main control board, guidelines, gas tight suits and Liquid Chemical protection suits. It does not have the capability or facility to recharge BA cylinders.

Bulk Foam Pod

Bulk Foam Pod

The bulk foam pod carries 6,000 litres of bulk foam concentrate and also ancillary firefighting equipment to assist at incidents that require copious amounts of foam application for firefighting purposes. It is transported to incidents via means of a prime mover.

Load capacity - 6,000 litres

Weight of vehicle - 17.5 tonnes

IC Support Pod

Incident Command Support Pod

  • Provides an on-site mobile office facility to support the management of operational incidents.
  • This unit is shared with Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service and Derbyshire Constabulary.
  • Comes complete with 2x folding tables, 8x folding chairs and associated stationary.
  • Fixed white boards throughout
  • Has a wind-out awning complete with side curtains.
  • Unloading of the pod requires 20 metres of hard standing

Station Stats

Incidents Attended in Station Admin Area (Any Appliance)

Incident Type

2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 Total 

House fire

8 14 13 35

Other building fire

9 12 9 30

Vehicle fire

20 20 14 54

Outdoor fire

63 72 40 175

Road traffic collision

17 13 16 46

False alarms attended

77 96 60 233

Other non-fire incident

19 16 30 65

Total

213 243 182 638