TWFRS

AcronymDefinition
TWFRSTyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (Northern England, UK)
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Grant Brotherton, head of prevention and education at TWFRS, warned that even smaller fires put people at risk because they tie up fire crews that could be needed for serious incidents.
"Both the private and public landlords of buildings identified as having combustible cladding are fully cooperating with TWFRS and a significant number have removed the cladding or are in the process of having it removed.
It accesses and market the skills, experience, expertise and world-class facilities of TWFRS to both the public and private sector in the UK and abroad.
In a show of solidarity with TWFRS, opposition Conservative councillors have called for cross-party support to oppose the violence.
The comments came at the TWFRS Human Resources Committee earlier this week.
"Trespassing, deliberate fires and anti-social behaviour has been an ongoing issue at this site for several years," said Richie Rickaby head of fire safety at TWFRS, who said firefighters were working with police to "show a more visible presence".
Alan Robson, TWFRS assistant chief fire officer, said: "To be attacked at work - whether that's physical or verbal - is absolutely unacceptable.
Across three categories,Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescuea Service(TWFRS)a came out as 'good' - butNorthumberland Fire and Rescue Servicea(NFRS)a was told it 'requires improvement'.
TWFRS was commended for its quick response times but told it needs to "make sure it learns well from incidents" and do more prevention work.
workshop run by the Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS).