- Wholetime and On-Call
- On-Call personnel provide nights and weekend cover in addition to day cover to the wholetime personnel
- Training evening: Tuesdays 7.30pm to 9.30pm
- 3 x fire engine
- 1 x aerial ladder platform (ALP)
Your local on-call firefighters at Guildford
The on-call firefighters at Guildford provide personnel to crew one appliance and the aerial ladder platform, which are able to attend incidents in the locality and also other incidents throughout the County. They are fully trained firefighters who allocate their free time to respond to an emergency if they are paged, and they don't just fight fires. They deal with a wide range of emergencies such as road traffic collisions, chemical spills or rescues involving water.
They also work hard to educate and inform the community about the dangers of fire. This is an integral part of the job and on-call firefighters visit schools, youth clubs and other organisations offering advice to the local community on fire safety. To be considered as an on-call firefighter they must be at least 18 years of age. The job is physically demanding and a medical examination to assess fitness, eyesight and hearing is required.
The role of the firefighter involves a high level of commitment and personal discipline. They must be able to work as a member of a team and be willing to work hard in arduous conditions.
Is your home safe from fire? Book your free home fire risk check
All Surrey households can receive a free Home fire safety visit as part of our on-going drive to reduce the number of fires in the county.
The Guildford Fire Station plan for 2018-2019 is available to download below as a PDF document.
Files available to download
- Guildford Station Plan 2018-19 (858.5 KB)
This station plan for Guildford covers what our priorities are including what we will be focusing on in the local area and what we aim to achieve as a result
- Guildford fire station area map for on call firefighters (1.2 MB)
Guildford Fire Station area map for on call fire fighters