Page 6 - HOT NEWS MAY 2014
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No Name Designation Location Grade     Start Date
6070 Tracey Ganly Commodity Manager Legal, Procurement & Democratic Services G10 24/02/2014 6094 Diane Smith MLACP Secretary Operational Preparedness G8 01/03/2014
6090 Samantha Fletcher Admin & Finance Co-Ordinator Prevention & Protection 6085 Laura Coles       Information Analyst Strategy & Performance
G4    17/03/2014 G6 31/03/2014
Start Date
03/02/2014 28/02/2014 31/03/2014 04/04/2014 31/03/2014
18/03/2014 20/03/2014
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4656 Alan Sumner 4111 Jayne Eves 4371 Lawrence Evans 4509 Dave Garry 4466 Peter Rushton
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5299 Paul Gilboy FF 15 Toxteth Blue Watch 5326 Brendan Turner FF              31 Crosby Other Duties
On April 6 Councillor Barbara Murray Tweeted - #itsliverpool @LifeLiverpool ... Congratulations to @MerseyFire ... 40 this week ... thank you for continuous, ongoing 1st class service ...
On April 1 Mayor of St Helens Councillor Andy Bowden Tweeted - attending a church service this morning to commemorate the founding of @merseyfire thank you for the work done on our behalf
On April 1 @FSCJonHall Tweeted - Incident Command Course for Station Managers going down really well with @Glosfire @merseyfire & @StaffsFire officers - lots of smiles!
On March 31 Lord Mayor of Liverpool Councillor Gary Millar Tweeted - Impressed by the students from @Childwall_acad graduating from the Beacon Course at @MerseyFire
On March 27 Whitefield Primary @WhitefieldPS Tweeted - Thank you for visiting us! @MerseyFire And they tweeted - We love learning about people who help us @MerseyFire As well as this tweet - What a fabulous time we had
with @MerseyFire The guys were great with the children!
Designation Location
Technical Officer CFS Sefton
Occupational Health & Wellbeing Clerk Occupational Health Technical Officer Fire Safety
Youth Advocate Prevention & Protection
Corporate Communications Director SHQ
FF      IMT White Watch
FF     18 Aintree Green Watch
On March 22 MP Luciana Berger Tweeted - Great event at Kensington @MerseyFire Community station
this afternoon organised by the Congolese Association of Merseyside
Firefighters tackled a difficult fire at a house on Lords Fold in Rainford.
The fire had started in the bedroom of the house and spread to the roof space, measuring around 20 metres by five metres. It was well alight when firefighters arrived.
There was extensive fire damage to the first floor, the roof and ground floor.
Firefighters gave oxygen to a 51-year-old woman, who suffered suspected smoke inhalation.
They were at the property from 9.35am until just after 2.45pm.
Two fire appliances from St Helens and Kirkby were called out and an appliance from Lancashire Fire & Rescue Service assisted.
Watch Manager Jim Brammeier, of
St Helens Community Fire Station, said: “Fire crews worked extremely hard under difficult and challenging conditions.
“Crews experienced challenges extinguishing the fire due to the extensive fire spread in the roof space and because they were unable to fight
the fire internally.”
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