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4th August, 2020 - 03.23am: Crew from Springbourne mobilised to reports of a fire alarm sounding i...Read more

4th August, 2020 - 03.14am: Two crews from Dorchester mobilised to a fire alarm sounding at a resi...Read more

4th August, 2020 - 02.53am: Two crews from Devizes and one from Calne mobilised to reports of a fi...Read more

2nd August, 2020 - 16.28: A fire crew from Royal Wootton Bassett is currently dealing with a fir...Read more

2nd August, 2020 - 11.39: A fire crew from Blandford Forum responded to an alarm activation in a...Read more

1st August, 2020 - 20:27: Just before 8.30pm this evening Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Resc...Read more

1st August, 2020 - 19:27: Just before 7.30pm this evening Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue...Read more

1st August, 2020 - 14.47: A crew from Westlea and a land rover crew from Royal Wootton Bassett a...Read more

1st August, 2020 - 08.59: A fire crew from Wareham has extinguished a small fire on the beach at...Read more

1st August, 2020 - 07.53: Fire crews from Hamworthy and Poole are dealing with a fire involving ...Read more

Getting permission from your employer

If you are currently employed, we will need your employer’s consent for you to become an on-call firefighter, regardless of whether you are able to respond during working hours.

This is because there may be occasions where you have been at an incident for a significant amount of time, potentially impacting on your ability to do your usual job, or you may be delayed at the start of your working day.

Your employer will also need to be aware of other Service commitments that you will have, such as training.

Click here to view the information available to employers about what being an on-call firefighter involves.

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