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Spire Walk Business Park
Braidwood way
S40 2WH


General Fire Service Enquiries: 01773 305305

Duty System


Wholetime Training : Daily Usually in the morning.

Chesterfield Fire Station it is a whole time fire station with 4 watches, each with 1 watch manager, 1 crew manager and up to 5 firefighters. There is 1 fire engine and an ALP (Aerial ladder Platform). Chesterfield fire station predominantly responds to incidents in Chesterfield and the surrounding areas.

Duty System

Wholetime Duty System

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.

  • Alfreton
  • Ascot Drive
  • Buxton
  • Chesterfield
  • Ilkeston
  • Kingsway
  • Long Eaton
  • Nottingham Road
  • Staveley

Station Key Personnel

Watch Manager

Crew Manager

Fire Fighter

Watch Manager

The Watch Manager is identified from the role makings 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.

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Station Appliances

Water Ladder Pump


Water Ladder Pump

Able to attend all fire service incidents. Crewed by 4-6 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.
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