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Heanor

Address

Ilkeston Road
Heanor
Derbyshire
DE75 7DT

Contact

EMERGENCIES: 999
General Fire Service Enquiries: 01773 305305

Duty System

On Call

Weekly Training : Tuesday 19:00 hrs.

Heanor Fire Station is an On-Call station, predominantly responding to incidents in and around Heanor as well as the surrounding areas of Langley Mill, Denby Village, Smalley, Loscoe, and Shipley. Heanor has 1 fire engine and is staffed by 1 watch manager, 2 crew managers and up to 12 firefighters.



Duty System

On Call Duty System

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.

  • Alfreton
  • Ashbourne
  • Bakewell
  • Belper
  • Bolsover
  • Bradwell
  • Buxton
  • Chapel-en-le-Frith
  • Clay Cross
  • Clowne
  • Crich
  • Dronfield
  • Duffield
  • Hathersage
  • Heanor
  • Ilkeston
  • Long Eaton
  • Melbourne
  • New Mills
  • Ripley
  • Shirebrook
  • Staveley
  • Whaley Bridge
  • Wirksworth

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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