South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue is the statutory fire and rescue service for the area of South Yorkshire, England. The service covers the areas of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield.[1] In 2020, Alex Johnson was appointed its Chief Fire Officer.[2]

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue
South Yorkshire Fire logo.jpg
Operational area
CountryEngland
CountySouth Yorkshire
Agency overview
Chief Fire OfficerAlex Johnson
Facilities and equipment
Stations21
Website
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Chief Fire Officer Alex Johnson

Fire stationsEdit

 
South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue officer fighting a fire at a reclamation yard in July 2013
 
An aerial appliance at a fire

Currently the service operates 21 fire stations across the county, which are staffed on a wholetime basis, wholetime and day-crewed, wholetime and retained, or retained-only. with the remaining four staffed by on-call retained firefighters.[1] The stations, crewing systems, and appliances, which are grouped into four districts, are listed in the table below:[1]

District Station Name Duty System Appliances
Barnsley Barnsley Wholetime / Day-crewed 2 x Pumps
Barnsley Cudworth Wholetime / Retained Pump & Small Incident Unit
Barnsley Penistone Retained Pump
Barnsley Tankersley Wholetime Pump
Doncaster Adwick-le-Street Wholetime Pump
Doncaster Askern Retained Pump
Doncaster Doncaster Wholetime 2 x Pump & 1 x Aerial
Doncaster Edlington Wholetime Pump
Doncaster Rossington Retained Pump & Small Incident Unit
Doncaster Thorne Wholetime Pump
Rotherham Aston Park Wholetime Pump
Rotherham Dearne Wholetime / Retained 2 x Pump
Rotherham Maltby Wholetime Pump
Rotherham Rotherham Wholetime / Day-crewed 2 x Pump
Sheffield Birley Moor Wholetime / Retained 2 x Pump
Sheffield Elm Lane Wholetime Pump
Sheffield Lowedges Wholetime Pump
Sheffield Parkway Wholetime Pump & Aerial
Sheffield Rivelin Wholetime Pump
Sheffield Sheffield Central Wholetime 2 x Pump
Sheffield Stocksbridge Retained Pump

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Integrated Risk Management Plan 2021 to 2024". South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. Retrieved 4 April 2021.
  2. ^ Mills, Alex (15 November 2019). "Alex Johnson appointed South Yorkshire's Chief Fire Officer". South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. Retrieved 12 March 2020.

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