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Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service - Preventing, Protecting, Responding

News Archive

April 2017 

Bereaved Sister Supports SAME Campaign
A Lichfield woman who lost her brother in a flat fire is supporting Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s SAME Campaign.
Foxy the Flambé Firefighter
One of our Station Managers got more than he bargained for when he popped in to oversee the cooking at a local charity event.
Firefighters tackle huge woodland fire
Firefighters have responded to a large woodland fire near Kinver.
House fire sparked by halogen heater
A fire investigation into a serious house fire in Newcastle-under-Lyme found it was caused by a heater.
Residents urged to ‘look while you cook' after lucky escape
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging residents not to leave cooking unattended after a child was taken to hospital following a kitchen fire in Burton.
Don't smoke while using oxygen therapy
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service have issued a warning about the dangers of smoking while using oxygen therapy.
Tamworth care home fire caused by discarded cigarette
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service have issued a reminder to take care when disposing of smoking materials.
Service warns of the danger of setting grass fires
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is warning people of the dangers of deliberately starting fires after a spate of blazes in the county’s countryside
Coiled cable warning issued after fatal fire
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service have issued a warning to residents about the danger of using uncoiled drum extension cables.
Investigation findings into tragic fire in the Westlands
A fire investigation into the cause of a fire in Newcastle under Lyme, in which a lady died, has established that the likelihood is the fire was caused accidentally. The source of the fire was an old electrical cable reel that had overheated.
Fire chiefs cook up a storm at YMCA
Staff from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service recently donned their aprons to cook up a storm in Stoke-on-Trent.
Second House Fire Fatality in a Week
A woman has lost her life in a house fire in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Fire Investigation into Fatal House Fire
A fire investigation into an incident that saw a man lose his life in Stoke-on-Trent has established that the fire was caused accidentally.
Rugeley fire station is officially opened
Firefighters, public figures and residents celebrated the official opening of the new Rugeley Community Fire Station last night (Monday).
Quick-thinking painters receive CFO's commendation
A pair of quick-thinking painters have been commended by the Chief Fire Officer for their potentially life-saving actions.
Cannock firefighter speaks out about the impact of fatal incidents
A Cannock firefighter has spoke of the traumatic impact attending a fire death can have on the crew and how the images they see will never leave them.
Daughter supports campaign to reduce fire deaths
A Kidsgrove woman is supporting Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service’s SAME Campaign which aims to raise awareness of the four key factors which usually lead to fatal fires these include smoking, alcohol, mobility issues and elderly people.
Fire service launches three year plan
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service has revealed its plans for the next three years in its Corporate Safety Plan 2017 –2020, published today.