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Stuart Brock – Watch Manager, Aberbargoed
Hi, I am Stuart Brock. I joined South Wales Fire and Rescue Service 11 years ago and have worked in a range of different roles and departments within the Service whilst having the opportunity to develop my career through the excellent training and development opportunities the Service provides. I am currently a Watch Manager at Blue Watch Aberbargoed.
Life on the watch is very varied. No two days are ever the same which is something I particularly like about my role. Duties range from cleaning equipment, maintaining operational competence through training to ensure we provide the best service to those who need our help, to meeting members of the public providing advice on a variety of topics including how to keep people safe from road traffic collisions or fires in the home.
As a Watch Manager I am responsible for dealing with the variety of operational incidents that we attend and also responsible for the day to day running of the watch. I thoroughly enjoy working for a dedicated and professional Fire and Rescue Service and dealing with the variety of daily challenges I’m faced with. Community engagement is an important aspect of my role aspect which enables me to contribute to reducing risk through various avenues to help keep communities safe within a modern day fire service.
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