NIFRS asks public to do their part to prevent wildfires this summer
As warmer weather approaches next week, we are calling on the public to do their part to prevent wildfires this summer.
37 new Wholetime (Full-Time) Firefighters have graduated from NIFRS and will now begin their careers in Fire Stations across Northern Ireland.
We’re asking the community to get in touch with us if they are deaf or have hearing loss, and would like to avail of one of our free Home Fire Safety Checks.
Applications for Year 1 applicants for Bangor Fire Cadets have been extended to Friday 29 April 2022.
The NIFRS Cadets Scheme is a youth organisation for 14 – 17 year olds. We are now recruiting for Year 1 applicants to begin in September 2022.
The Department of Health is seeking to appoint 2 Board Members (1 x Lay and 1 x Finance) to NIFRS.
Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) has warned the public to be aware of the increased risk of wildfires this weekend.
DAERA, NIFRS and PSNI are asking everyone for their help during the current dry spring weather.
6 Fire Appliances are currently in attendance at a gorse fire at Bloody Bridge, Newcastle.
Throughout today Firefighters have responded to a number of wildfires, including two significant ones in the Mourne Mountains.