As Lockdown Eases, Be Safe This Summer
With COVID-19 lockdown gradually easing over the summer, we are reminding the public of the importance of keeping themselves fire safe and summer safe.
At one point during lockdown Firefighters were responding to a 50% increase in accidental house fires, while there has also been a 76% increase in wildfires.
The Health Minister has thanked NIFRS staff who have been on the frontline during Covid-19.
1 June 2020 At 2:43am on Monday 1 June three fire Appliances, an aerial Appliance and approximately 25 Firefighters were called to…
We are now recruiting for Wholetime Firefighters. Wholetime Firefighters work full-time and are based in Wholetime Fire Stations throughout Northern Ireland.
We will provide home fire safety advice to everyone receiving a food box, as part of the Department for Communities response to the COVID-19 emergency.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of a woman who died following a fire in Cullingtree Fold, Falls Road, Belfast.
DAERA and NIFRS are asking farmers and the public for their help during the current dry weather spell which has sparked a wildfire warning.
We are calling on the community to make themselves aware of the potential causes of fire in the home.
Farmers and land managers are urged to halt all prescribed burning in a bid to reduce additional pressures on Northern Ireland’s emergency services.