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Community Fire Safety Programs

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Our Public Education team offers a wide range of fire safety programs customized for community groups and businesses.

If you would like more information about our community fire safety program for your community group or business, contact a member of our Public Education team by phone at 905-623-5126 or by email.

Grade school programs

Our grade school programs deliver age specific fire safety messages through teaching, games and fire truck tours to kindergarten and grade one students.

Our Fire Safety House, Hazard House and Sparky will visit school Fun Fares as requested.

Grade five students participate in the Racing Against Drugs program and have the opportunity to participate in the Junior Firefighter program.

Grade six students participate in the Fire Chief for the Day program.

High school students attending Cooperative Education Placements are lectured in workplace fire safety and choosing post-secondary fire safe accommodations.

Annually, all schools must perform three fire drills in the spring and another three fire drills in the fall.

If you would like to inquire more about grade school programs, contact a member of our Public Education team by phone at 905-623-5126 or by email.

Industrial safety training

Industrial safety training provides education and training to people responsible for fire safety in the work place. Participants will learn their responsibilities under the Ontario Fire Code and applicable Fire Safety Plan. Participants will gain knowledge in fire safety systems, maintaining exit plans, standpipe hose cabinets, and fire alarm panels. Practical experience with a portable fire extinguisher is also available.

If you would like more information about industrial safety training, contact a member of our Public Education team by phone at 905-623-5126 or by email.

School custodian training

Participants will gain knowledge in fire safety systems, maintaining exit plans, standpipe hose cabinets, and fire alarm panels. Practical experience with a portable fire extinguisher is also available.

If you would like more information about school custodian training, contact a member of our Public Education team by phone at 905-623-5126 or by email.

Seniors fire safety program

When it comes to fire, seniors are at greater risk than any other group. As most fire deaths occur in the home, it is important that this vulnerable group know how to protect themselves. Fire Services will provide you and your seniors group with a home fire safety check presentation.

If you would like more information about our seniors' fire safety program, contact a member of our Public Education team by phone at 905-623-5126 or by email.

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