Fire Service Officers (Watch Manager and Below)
Workers in this unit group co-ordinate and participate in fire fighting activities, provide emergency services in the event of accidents or bomb alerts, and advise on fire prevention.view courses
About this Career
New workers start around £7,471.76. Normal pay is £30,381 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £40,111.03.
Job counts include both employed and self-employed persons in Cornwall, and do<br /> not distinguish between full and part-time jobs.
- Supervises a watch.
- Advises on fire safety measures in new buildings.
- Attends and deals with bomb alerts and accidents involving spillage of hazardous substances.
- Removes goods from fire damaged premises, clears excess water, makes safe any structural hazards and takes any other necessary steps to reduce damage to property.
- Rescues people or animals trapped by fire and administers first aid.
- Operates hose pipes, ladders, chemical, foam, gas or powder fire extinguishing appliances.
- Travels to fire or other emergency by vehicle and locates water mains if necessary.
- Arranges fire drills and tests alarm systems and equipment.
- Inspects premises to identify potential fire hazards and to check that fire fighting equipment is available and in working order and that statutory fire safety regulations are met.