Light aircraft lake crash - training scenario
RBFRS has led a successful joint exercise with South Central Ambulance Service, to test the response to a light aircraft crash and give crews an opportunity to practice essential water rescue and rescue techniques in a testing scenario.
Eight top tips to stay safe in the kitchen
Half of all fires in the home are started in the kitchen. We want to help you reduce the chances of an accidental fire in your home as part of the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) month-long campaign.
Looking for a new challenge this year? Become an on-call firefighter at your local station
Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) is working with the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) as part of a national campaign encouraging people to become on-call firefighters.
Read about our plans for the next four years
Following a public consultation, the Royal Berkshire Fire Authority (RBFA) has now published its Corporate Plan and Integrated Risk Management Plan for the years 2019 2023.
In January, we responded to emergency incidents within 10 minutes on 72.6% of occasions (Target 75%)
We are committed to providing greater openness and financial transparency.
Come and have your say about your Fire and Rescue Service.