Volunteer Activities

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service volunteering programme activities include:

  • Home safety assessments - give safety advice within the home and fit free smoke detectors

  • Business safety - Give safety advice within business premise in line with the fire safety order.

  • Road safety - help reduce serious injury and road deaths.

  • Heritage section - show and maintain vintage fire engines.

  • Youth work with RESPECT and On the Streets - engaging with young people , supporting staff in delivering activities and encouraging young people to follow instructions, or act as a mentor to them

  • Youth work Prince's Trust - volunteers are invaluable in supporting the team and providing a positive role model to team members.

  • Role Play - volunteers have the opportunity to attend as role play actors of people involved in an accident and in our state of the art incident command suite.

  • Cadet staff - supporting an enthusiastic team, this is a key face to face opportunity to engage in activities that help guide young people in developing new skills and working as a team.

  • Post Fire Support Team - provides a post incident clean up team across Cheshire, following minor domestic fires

Document - volunteer activities

The following document contains more information about volunteer activities within Cheshire Fire and Rescue service:

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Last updated: Monday 16 April 2018