Prague TV | 4 January 2019 Prague's Emergency Rescue Service (ZZS HMP) had a busy year in 2018 and plans to grow in 2019 to be able to provide better coverage. The ZZS HMP plans to increase the number of employees this year by recruiting dozens of new workers and will expand its fleet with 15 new vehicles. … [Read more...] about Prague’s rescue service to expand in 2019
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Editor's Viewpoint: Community Rescue Service volunteers are true heroes BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Great praise is due to the volunteers of the Community Rescue Service (CRS), which has had its busiest 12 months in its 11-year history. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/editors-viewpoint-community-rescue-service-volunteers-are-true-heroes-37667900.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article36591832.ece/ae01f/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-02-12_new_38474294_I2.JPG Email Great praise is due to the volunteers of the Community Rescue Service (CRS), which has had its busiest 12 months in its 11-year history. The group carries out search and rescue operations, working closely with the police and the emergency services. Its regional commander Sean McCarry pays tribute to all the volunteers, and also to their family, friends and employers, who support them and help them to carry out their vital and impressive work. To date this year the CRS has dealt with more than … [Read more...] about Editor’s Viewpoint: Community Rescue Service volunteers are true heroes
Dedication of hero Community Rescue Service volunteers praised after busiest festive period BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The head of the Community Rescue Service - Northern Ireland's only low-land search team - has praised the work of its volunteers after what has been the busiest 12 months and its busiest Christmas period in its 11-year history. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/dedication-of-hero-community-rescue-service-volunteers-praised-after-busiest-festive-period-37667359.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article36591832.ece/ae01f/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-02-12_new_38474294_I2.JPG Email The head of the Community Rescue Service - Northern Ireland's only low-land search team - has praised the work of its volunteers after what has been the busiest 12 months and its busiest Christmas period in its 11-year history. The service carries out search operations between the sea and the mountains in partnership with the police and emergency … [Read more...] about Dedication of hero Community Rescue Service volunteers praised after busiest festive period
A hoax call which saw Harrogate firefighters dispatched to reports of a housefire has been flagged by the emergency services for 'endangering the lives of others.' Two engines were sent to Oatlands Drive after midnight on Wednesday (December, 19), where it was found to have been a malicious report.A spokesperson for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service would like to remind people that making hoax calls is no laughing matter. These calls can endanger the lives of others, as fire crews are attending a hoax call they are not available to attend real emergencies."The service's control room operators will challenge callers if they believe a hoax call is being made, and pass on telephone numbers to the police. Phone service can be cut off if an illegal hoax emergency call is made, or you could face a fine or even a prison sentence, according to NYFRS. 'A national tragedy': 49 homeless deaths in Yorkshire in 12 months … [Read more...] about Harrogate housefire hoax flagged by North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service
Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan is asking North Yorkshire residents how much they are willing to pay in their council tax bill for North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service. Setting the charge known as the precept for 2019/20 is part of Julia’s role. She has consulted on the policing precept since she became the Commissioner in 2012 but is consulting on the fire and rescue service precept for the first time this year, following transfer of governance.The survey, which will be carried out by telephone to a representative sample, and online where any resident can have their say, is under way and will remain open until January 18.Residents will be asked how much they would be prepared to pay per year in their council tax bill. The options reflect the government’s announcement on police funding.Julia is making a commitment that if the public were to support a precept rise for North Yorkshire Police, she would work with the Chief … [Read more...] about How much do you want to pay for police and fire and rescue services?