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Fire: Albrighton

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25196

Incident Type: 

  • Car Fire

Location: 

M54 Westbound junctions 3 to 4 Albrighton

Date: 

7th May, 2014

Time: 

12:54

Details: 

Called to Car fire which turned out to be False Alarm Good Intent which was caused by a mechanical failure

Station: 

  • Albrighton


Fire: Monkmoor, Shrewsbury

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25194

Incident Type: 

  • Kitchen Fire

Location: 

Clive Road Monkmoor
Shrewsbury

Date: 

7th May, 2014

Time: 

11:34

Details: 

Small fire involving deep fat fryer - out on arrival - nothing in use. STOP 11:42

Station: 

  • Shrewsbury


Fire: Oswestry

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25192

Incident Type: 

  • AFA

Location: 

Oswald Road
Oswestry

Date: 

7th May, 2014

Time: 

10:59

Details: 

False alarm.

Station: 

  • Oswestry


Fire: A495, Whitehaven, Nr, Oswestry

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25189

Incident Type: 

  • Car Fire

Location: 

A495, Whitehaven
Nr, Oswestry

Date: 

7th May, 2014

Time: 

05:33

Details: 

False alarm caused by steam from radiator. Crews have assisted the driver by recovering the vehicle from the side of the road to a safe position. Advice given

Station: 

  • Oswestry


Fire: Oakengates, Telford

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25188

Incident Type: 

  • Rubbish Bin

Location: 

Lion Street Oakengates
Telford

Date: 

7th May, 2014

Time: 

01:21

Details: 

Wheelie bin alight extinguished using 1 hose reel jet. Stop received at 01:33

Station: 

  • Telford Central


Fire: Springfield, Shrewsbury

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25187

Incident Type: 

  • Rubbish Fire

Location: 

Pool Rise Springfield
Shrewsbury

Date: 

7th May, 2014

Time: 

01:07

Details: 

Small rubbish fire in undergrowth - extinguished using buckets of water and knapsack sprayer. STOP received at 01:44

Station: 

  • Shrewsbury


Fire: Commercial and Domestic Planning Applications

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

When a planning application is submitted to the local Planning Department the Fire Service are consulted and where relevant, invited to make comment on the appropriate
fire safety requirements for the application.

The Fire Safety Guidance for Commercial and Domestic Planning Applications handbook, available for download, provides an easy reference guide to the requirements and recommendations of Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service.

This reference guide is designed to provide general information and guidance in relation to your application. However, in some circumstances the minimum requirements of the building regulations may not be sufficient to meet the fire risk profile of the building (i.e. where the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety Order) 2005 applies).

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Fire: Telford

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25179

Incident Type: 

  • Bin Fire

Location: 

Beaconsfield, Brookside
Telford

Date: 

6th May, 2014

Time: 

17:35

Details: 

Incident involving one wheelie bin, buckets of water used to extinguish the fire.

Station: 

  • Telford Central


Fire: Bridgnorth

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Incident Number: 

25174

Incident Type: 

  • Shed Fire

Location: 

Chelmarsh
Bridgnorth

Date: 

6th May, 2014

Time: 

11:13

Details: 

Fire involving one single storey brick garage, approximately 10m x 4m, 100% involved in fire. Crews extinguished using two breathing apparatus and two hose reel jets.

Station: 

  • Bridgnorth


Fire: Reduction of unwanted fire signals (UwFS) policy

Written by RSS Poster Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service

Aims and objectives

The aims and objectives of this policy are to:

  • Reduce the number of UwFS by requiring the design, installation, commissioning and testing and maintenance of fire alarm systems to be carried out by competent persons in accordance with the appropriate standards.
  • Reduce the impact on businesses from UwFS.
  • Improve liaison with the Business Fire Safety (BFS) Department to ensure that at audit the ‘Responsible Person’ as defined under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order (RRO) is made aware of their duty to take overall responsibility for the performance of the fire alarm system.
  • Improve the fire safety management of premises by promoting the appropriate management of automatic fire alarms (AFAs), i.e. call delay, on- site call filtering.
  • Reduce UwFS to increase occupier’s confidence in fire alarm systems and to avoid complacency.
  • Monitor the performance of fire alarm systems.
  • Liaise with Fire Alarm Monitoring Organisations (FAMOs) to improve false alarm filtering.
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