Welcome to the North East Lincolnshire area of the website.
Fire appliances and crews attend fires, rescues, and road traffic collisions from one of the five stations across the North Lincolnshire area, as a 24-hour emergency response service. In addition to traditional fire appliances, operational fire crews within North East Lincolnshire also operate specialist Tactical Response Vehicles (TRVs), Technical Rescue teams who attend the most challenging rescues including confined space and height, specialist Boat Rescue teams who can operate on inland waterways and during periods of flood, and a specialist Marine Response team who are capable of responding to incidents within the Humber estuary and further afield.
Work goes on behind the scenes to help prevent emergency incidents. Specialist staff, supported by operational crews and a wide range of partner agencies, are dedicated to making the community of North East Lincolnshire a safer place to live, work and visit. To achieve this, dedicated teams are continually engaged in prevention and protection work across the community. Teams on a daily basis utilise risk-based intelligence to target specific areas to help prevent fires occurring and provide advice on a wide range of safety and health related issues.
Working with strategic partners such as Humberside Police and Safer Roads Humber, we aim to improve the safety of road users within North East Lincolnshire, and other areas, and further safety advice can be found on their websites.
Work is dedicated towards making North East Lincolnshire a safer place. It is our intention to continue to develop all aspects of our Service to meet the specific needs of the communities we serve.
Fire Stations in North East Lincolnshire are Safe Spaces
Our fire stations and fire engines are recognised as safe spaces for anyone who is in need of help, feeling vulnerable, lost or harassed. We are always here for you.
Many of our fire stations operate 24/7 and you can find out where our fire stations are based in this section of our website.
Sometimes our firefighters may be out to attend to 999 incidents and other safety related activities. If we are not in, there are contact details near the front door if you need further support.