Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (BFRS) is confident that it will be able to respond during the upcoming strikes.
The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has announced that its members will strike on Friday (October 1) from 6.30pm to 11pm and on Monday (October 4) from 6am to 8am.
The fire service has said it will still be able to respond to emergency incidents where lives are threatened.
The FBU is in dispute with the government over changes to the pension scheme and retirement age.
BFRS will reinstate the contingency plans that were put in place during the previous day of strike action in September.
Glen Ranger, deputy chief fire officer for BFRS said: “We will still be able to answer emergency 999 calls and we will respond where a person’s life is at risk, as well as other emergency situations, with fully trained firefighters and officers.
“However, our plans will inevitably not be able to match the service’s normal day-to-day cover. We may therefore need to prioritise any incidents to respond where lives are threatened in incidents such as fires, road traffic collisions, or flooding.”
He urged the public to take extra care during the strikes.