Malvern StationWorcester Road
Station Commander: Steve Fox
Station Type: Day Crewed and On-call
Vehicles and Skills:
- Scania Fire Engine
- Dennis Sabre Fire Engine
- Command Support Unit
- Land Rover Off Road Firefighting Vehicle
- Rope Rescue Sprinter
- Argocat ATV
- Water First Responder Team
- Rope Rescue Team
Incidents Attended in April 2014 to March 2015Total callouts: 658
The figures below are totals of the main types of incident attended within their station cover area and do not total all of the callouts.
- Fires: 94
- Road Traffic Collisions: 33
- Persons Rescued: 24
- Animals Rescued: 3
- False Alarms: 190
- Water Related: 0
Other Station Information
Malvern Fire Station provides cover for Malvern and the surrounding villages of the Malvern Hills District. This area includes the Malvern Hills range, both an area of outstanding natural beauty and scientific interest.
Malvern Fire Station is made up of both wholetime firefighters and on-call firefighters. There are 12 wholetime firefighters, who are split into two watches of six, working a day crewed shift system to provide cover 24/7. They are supported by 18 on-call firefighters, who respond to emergency calls whenever they are needed.
The station has two fire engines; a Scania fire engine and a Dennis Sabre fire engine, which both carry crews of up to six along with firefighting and rescue equipment. In addition to this, the station is also equipped with a Mercedes sprinter vehicle as well as a Land Rover and an Argocat that are both used for off road firefighting and the transporting of personnel, casualties and equipment in remote locations.
Malvern Fire Station is home to the only Command Support Unit in the Service, which is used for large and specialist incidents. The station also provides a home for the Red Cross Fire Emergency support vehicle.
On-call drill nights are held at the Fire Station every Tuesday commencing at 7:00pm.