You are more than twice as likely to die in a fire at home if you haven't got a working smoke alarm.
A smoke alarm is the easiest way to alert you to the danger of fire, giving you time to escape.
Supermarkets across Eastbourne are getting involved in the campaign including Morrison’s, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose and B&Q, and will be collecting entries too.
Entry forms are available in store and once completed can be either handed back to the supermarket or posted to:
Green Watch, Eastbourne Community Fire Station, Whitley Road, Eastbourne BN22 8LA.
For further information contact Green Watch at Eastbourne fire station or email: email@example.com
The Establishment is the number of posts required to make the Station fully resourced. This Station has an establishment of:-
Note: A Retained unit may be filled by more than one Retained firefighter depending upon the number hours that the firefighter can commit to.
|Aerial Ladder Platform||Hotel11|
|This is a multi-purpose firefighting and rescue vehicle that can deliver a safe working platform up to 32 metres and is capable of delivering 2900 litres of water per minute.|
|Extended Rescue Pump||Echo11|
|Volvo Extended Rescue Pump carrying a variety of ladders including a 10.5 metre ladder, 1800 litres water and a pump capable of supplying 2250 litres/min. It is a multi purpose appliance carrying a large amount of equipment including dedicated hydraulic rescue tools, water safety and rescue equipment, oxygen, etc.|
|Water Tender Ladder - 1:7 Foam||Whiskey11|
|Multi purpose appliance that carries both firefighting and rescue equipment. It carries 1800 litres of water, a pump that can deliver 2250 litres of water per minute with additional 1:7 Foam capability.|
|Incident Response Unit||India Romeo 52 not Echo11|
|A dedicated, purpose built vehicle designed to respond to and support major incidents that may involve environmental contamination such as Chemical Spills, Terrorist activities etc..|
The Fire Service Emergency Cover Software (FSEC) Map [pdf, 856K, opens in new tab] provides a graphically breakdown of the Risks for this Station Area.
An explanation of how to use this Map is available on the FSEC Map Cover Note [pdf, 203K, opens in new tab].
The Fire Service Emergency Cover Software combines the following information to determine our "Planned Response".
The Planned Response will consist of a combination of :
The Risks are classified into five levels listed below:
The areas of risk are mapped out to include a set number of households and this often results in detailed risk catchments for inner City areas and larger risk catchments where houses are adjacent to open/rural spaces.
Each Station Area has its own particular mix of risks and problems and tools such as FSEC help to identify and quantify these Risks.
This results in specific aims and objectives per station which are incorporated into the Station Action Plan.
The Station Action Plan highlights performance over the last year and the borough targets to which this station contributes for this year.
Eastbourne Station Action Plan 2012-13 [pdf, 1.2M, opens in new tab]
Wholetime firefighters crew two pumping appliances, one Aerial ladder platform and a National response vehicle for terrorist incidents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Eastbourne's pumping appliances cover an area of approximately 3700 hectares with 84 hectares covering the seafront hotels. Eastbourne also serves the outlying villages of Jevington, Polegate, Stone Cross, Willingdon, East Dean and parts of Westham. The town has a high number of hotels and guest houses that represents an increased risk during the summer months, as does the Victorian pier. To the east of the town there is a large marina complex with its associated risks.