Hereford StationSt Owen Street
Station Commander: Ade Thompson
Station Type: Wholetime and On-call
Vehicles and Skills:
- Scania Ultra Heavy Rescue Fire Engine
- MAN Fire Engine
- Scania Fire Engine
- Aerial Ladder Platform
- Water Rescue Sprinter
- Land Rover Off Road Firefighting Vehicle
- Swift Water Rescue Team
Other Station Information
Hereford Fire Station responds to incidents in around the city of Hereford, which is predominantly an urban environment with a number of heritage buildings. The River Wye bisects the city and is used by locals as well as a large number of tourists.
The station has three duty systems that work out of the station: Wholetime Shift, who provide cover 24/7; Wholetime Day Duty, who provide cover from 07:00-19:00 every day; and the On-Call duty system, whose firefighters crew one appliance in the day and two appliances at night and respond to emergency calls whenever they are needed.
The station has a MAN fire engine, a Scania fire engine and a Land Rover off road firefighting vehicle. The station is also equipped with a Scania ultra heavy rescue appliance, an aerial ladder platform for rescues and firefighting and a hazmat decontamination unit, which responds to incidents involving hazardous materials. The station also has a swift water rescue team that respond in a water rescue vehicle with 2 rescue boats and a rescue sled.
On-call drill nights are held at the Fire Station every Thursday commencing at 7:00pm.
Station risk profile
A station risk profile is a review of potential life risks in each of the Fire and Rescue Service's fire station areas.