Working With Others
Mid and West Wales Fire and
Rescue Service is committed to working together in partnership with other
Services and agencies to make the communities we serve safer. We recognise that
by sharing skills and knowledge with others we can help make Mid and West Wales
a safer place to live, work and visit.
We work very closely with
Third Sector organisations and will continue to develop partnerships with the voluntary
and care sector to help us deliver fire safety education to the more vulnerable
groups in our communities.
We have 57 fire stations
throughout our area and are keen to share these buildings with the public and
other services to help us promote safety messages, whilst improving our
accessibility and keeping us at the heart of the community.
We have community meeting
rooms at most of our fire stations and sites, and we share facilities with
joint agency groups such as Community Safety Partnerships, and Communities
First and Police and Communities Together (PACT).
Our civil contingencies work
ensures that we are prepared for emergencies, and can support our partner
agencies in keeping our communities safe. We prepare our own business
continuity plans and policies, and assist local businesses and partners in
creating their own. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service understands its
vital role in preparing for and dealing with a range of different emergencies
on a local, national and international level.