Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service is the fire service serving the county of Oxfordshire, England. It is known as an on-call fire service with whole-time support.
Fire and Rescue Service Headquarters is in
Kidlington, Oxford, Oxfordshire. This is also the location of the fire service workshops. Oxfordshires control room is now based at Reading, as part of the Thames Valley Fire Control Centre, in partnership with Royal Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue services. Kidlington's control room now acts as a backup/secondary control in the event of a failure at Reading.
The current chief fire officer is Rob MacDougal.
Fire stations/appliances Edit
The Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service currently operates out of 25 fire stations, three of which are crewed on a wholetime 24-hour basis with retained on-call back-up, four stations are day-crewed/retained, and 25 are crewed solely by retained on-call firefighters.
2x Pumps, 2X HVP (Hose layers), 1x 4x4 Pickup Truck
JX02 Hook Norton
JX03 Chipping Norton
1x Pump, 1x ICU
2x Pump, 1x RT
2x Pump, 1x DIM
1x Pump, 1x ISU, (Welfare pod for the ISU)
1x Pump, 1x 4x4 Pickup Truck
1 x Pump
JX21 Rewley Road
3x Pumps, 1x ALP
2x Pump, 1x 4x4
1x Pump, 1x 4x4
JX26 Henley on Thames
1x Pump, 1x WrC
JX30 Slade Park
Wholetime/On-call, Driving and incident command development class base
2x Pump, 1 x Welfare Unit
2x Pump, 1x Hazmat unit
Fire appliance glossary/callsigns Edit
Fire Application Glossary
Aerial Ladder Platform
Communications Support Unit
Incident Command & Control Unit
Environmental Protection Unit
Light 4x4 Vehicle
High Volume Pump
Detection, Identification & Monitoring
Incident Response Unit
A deployed "Prime Mover" with "Water/Ladder" engine in the background.
firstname.lastname@example.org, Oxfordshire County Council, 01865 792422. "Fire and Rescue Service". oxfordshire.gov.uk . Retrieved . 8 April 2018 External links Edit