Watch this presentation and see what NOT to do STUDENTS ! STRUCTURE FIRE VIDEO
These people were very fortunate that no one was injured or killed. All of my opinions are based on my 42 years of experience and training by…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on December 31, 2018 at 12:01pm — No Comments
Reminder: January 1, 2019, Compliance Date for Hydrostatic Testing of Fire Department Connections for Standpipe Systems Bulletin #008/18 December 28, 2018 In March 2018, Ontario Regulation 108/18 was filed to amend the Fire Code with changes related to the checking, inspection, and testing of standpipe and hose…Continue
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THIS IS THE WAY IS USED TO BE WHEN AMERICA WAS "ONE"
No matter what the challenge Americans would step up from across our great land and jump into action to help their "fellow Americans". We never used to wait for the federal government to act, instead every community that could spare the men and equipment would just begin traveling to the scene of the emergency.
This is the way it should be. No politics, not cultural or ethnic barriers and not a lot of paperwork. Just…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on November 13, 2018 at 8:49am — No Comments
Please follow the below link and read the entire posting so you can see how much time and energy was spent on being more concerned with criticism by our nations President than using one of the nations prime media outlets for helping the victims of this rapidly growing disaster that truly was beneath this man's rank &…Continue
Public Education Matters
Enhancing Fire Safety Education and Prevention in Your Community
Issue 174, October 18, 2018
Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week is just around the corner! The Hawkins Gignac Act, 2013 proclaims the week…Continue
Added by Lieutenant Frederick Georges on October 19, 2018 at 5:30am — No Comments
One of our Brothers from Quebec has been hospitalized. Please take the time to check in with him and his family to support and help lift his spirits.
He has had a serious heart attack. He is scheduled for another surgery today. I was informed he has several blocked arteries.
Telephone (819) 346-1110 for more information at the Chus Fleurimont hospital in Sherbrooke Quebec about patient Scott Forest from Stanstead Quebec.…Continue
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