Our history, vision and plans for the future and how we deliver our servicesAbout
We do more than tackle fires and rescue people. Catch up with all the latest that we have been involved in.Incidents & News
Community is at the heart of what we do. We’re proud to support and protect the wonderfully diverse community in which we serve.Community work
We’re committed to keeping our communities safe, well and informed and our prevention and protection work plays a large role in this.Safety
Keeping yourself, your family and friends safeKids & Schools
Behind every firefighter there are specialist support teams all playing their part, helping to save livesCurrent vacancies
If you need to get in touch or find a form. Remember phone 999 if it is an emergency.Online forms
We want our staff to be well both physically and mentally. Through providing training and care we help to make sure that we are there for when they need us.
TRiM is offered to personnel after exposure to significantly traumatic events. It is used widely and successfully used across UK emergency services and the military. Locally our colleagues at Hampshire Constabulary and South Central Ambulance Service use it to support their staff.
We know that many of the people who work for us (operational and non-operational) will experience a mental health issue at some stage. Our Mental Health First Aiders help support our staff and guide them to get the appropriate support or simply be there until they feel ready to take those next steps.
Contact your GP if you are experiencing mental health problems
Samaritans work to make sure there is always someone there for anyone who needs someone
Helpline available for confidential information and signposting
Blue light support for team 999
Support and advice for people living with mental illness
Helpline available to offer emotional support to anyone affected by bereavement