Fire and Rescue Service
Making West Sussex Safer
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service works to make our
community a safer place to live, work and enjoy. We do this through
a combination of safety initiatives to prevent fires and accidents
happening, and responding to emergencies when things do go
Public consultation on draft proposals 2015-16
We want your views on a series of proposals which will change the way we work.
The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) is currently in dispute with the Government over changes to the Firefighters' Pension Scheme and conditions of service.
Fire and Rescue Service recruitment
Everything you need to know about working for the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.
News and events
View news of the latest incidents, service news and events. You can also subscribe to receive free news updates via email.
Contact details for West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, Fire Safety Centres and Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships.
How the Fire and Rescue Service works
Find information about the fire stations and district teams in your area, the command and mobilising centre and some of the other teams and departments working to make you safer.
Home Fire Safety Checks
How fire safe is your home? Would you or someone you know benefit from a free Home Fire Safety Check?
Annual Report & Statement of Assurance
The annual report reviews the progress we have made against our strategic aims as well as an overview of the work we have carried out.
Online services provided by West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service which can be applied for, reported or requested via our website.
Business fire safety
This section explains how we can help with fire safety obligations for all businesses and non domestic premises.
Fire safety training for businesses
As a business it is important to take the health and safety of yourselves and others seriously. We offer a range of training that can help you to meet your statutory duties.
Find advice on how to keep safe and secure in your home.
Safety and learning for young people
Information and resources for young people on how to keep safe, including the Duke of Edinburgh's Award and the Fire Cadet Scheme.
Safe Drive Stay Alive
The Safe Drive Stay Alive show highlights all of the dangers that young drivers may encounter such as excessive speed, inexperience, mobile phones and drink or drug driving. It also highlights the consequences of peer pressure to both drivers and passengers.