Ok, now onto an actual critique, most of my comments are mainly about the mechanical and practical design of it. For the most part, it has many interesting shapes, but I see some flaws in functionality. For example, your torches are attached to the shoulder of the mech, which seems to be a very mobile joint, specially during work. The point of having torches in vehicles is to provide uniform lighting on the front, which is where the driver/pilot will focus his attention, and is where the road/enviroment to be traversed is, so if they are on the shoulder, during travel they might be fine, but while interacting with the environment, they wont provide uniform lighting, thus the pilot won't be able to see what he is doing. You might want to have a way of lighting in odd angles/not the front, so as a secondary set of light they are fine for that purpose, but as a main source of light during rescue operations it might prove problematic.
Second, the mobility on your legs seems very limited at the hip/torso joints and also on its ball and socket joint that connects the upper and lower legs, the second degree of movement. Mobility during flexion, which in this case pertains to a reverse joint, is very great, something like 120+ degrees or more to the front, but in extension it seems to be barely over 0 degrees. If this was a regular "front knee" design that is not a problem, but since this is a reverse joint, it severely limits mobility. I can't "see" the back of the legs so your design might have a back socket/canal/space that permits better movement than what I describe or it has another compensating mechanism, but as is, in this view, it visually communicates stiffness in a vehicle wich, judging from tis function, should be very mobile and nimble. I think you tried to do a reverse joint, as in avian legs combined with a more hominid like proportions, and it can work, but you need to keep these movement considerations in mind.
My suggestions to these problems if you decide the critique is accurate or helpful, are to put the toches, or an additional set of torches, on the sides fo the cockpit or over it to provide uniform lighting, and to offset your knee joint int the legs, turning more into a hinge with ball joint to preserve abduction and adduction which is why i suspect you used a ball and socket joint there. I can draw to you my suggestions if you'd like too!
Hope this helps mate.