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Latest Incidents

16th February, 2020 - 1:32pm: Swindon crew were mobilised to flooding of several properties. Good pr...Read more

16th February, 2020 - 12:12pm: We were called to assist a private property that were making their own...Read more

16th February, 2020 - 09:43am: A member of public made an emergency call as they had witnessed two sm...Read more

13th February, 2020 - 10.55am: 1) Driver and vehicle stuck in flood water Matchams Lane, Hurn - advic...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 7:02 PM : An Officer and the aerial platform from Swindon attended a dangerous s...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 7:26 PM : Crews have extinguished a kitchen fire involving a microwave oven usin...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 0924: One tipper lorry containing soil was on its side. BT cable involved an...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 2.31am: Two Crews and aerial appliance from Swindon and a further appliance fr...Read more

13th February, 2020 - 9.53pm: We were called to a report of a fire where there was no confirmation t...Read more

13th February, 2020 - 9.36pm: A crew from Poole were mobilised to the railway station car park in Po...Read more

Vision and values

Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is ‘passionate about changing and saving lives’.

Our vision states:

We are much more than a Fire and Rescue Service. We are about helping you to become safer, healthier and to live more independently. Improving your wellbeing and investing in our future generations is central to our way of thinking. We will play a key part in supporting our communities and businesses to grow safely and responsibly. When you need us, we will respond quickly and professionally to limit distress, harm and economic loss.

We also have five priorities:

RESPECT Framework

To help us deliver these priorities and our Vision, we have developed a framework of values known as RESPECT, which is an acronym for the seven things that we stand for in terms of how we work:

We recognise that great service is not just about what we achieve but also about how we deliver, so RESPECT runs through everything that we do. To help everyone working for us to have a common understanding of what these words mean in their day to day roles, each of the seven values is underpinned by a set of behaviours and we use these to ensure consistency and to continuously develop the way that we work.

More information about the RESPECT framework can be found here.

We also encourage future candidates to find out how they might work within our RESPECT framework by going through our RESPECT self assessment before applying.

 

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