Fire chiefs have asked for public co-operation as they plan to deal with tomorrow’s strike by firefighters.
Fire crews will walk out for four hours tomorrow afternoon in a row over pensions.
An emergency plan has been drawn up by the West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service but they are asking the public to think about what they can do to take extra care, to safeguard themselves, their family and their communities during the industrial action.
Dave Walton, Assistant Chief Officer, said: “We have an established contingency plan developed as part of our standard business continuity arrangements.
“This plan has recently been exercised and tested using a variety of scenarios and we are confident in our ability to provide fire cover, albeit on a restricted basis, to the communities and businesses of West Yorkshire.”