Fire and Life Safety Program Planning

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This program provides participants with ideas and resources to identify and address hazards to fire and life safety in their communities.

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Intended Audience:

Fire and Life Safety Program Personnel

Overview:

Fire and Life Safety Program Planning inspires and encourages communities to develop fire and life safety programs that support safer, more resilient communities. This program guides participants to gain a better understanding of their community risks and gather resources and ideas or find applicable training programs to address the identified risks. Your community does not need to have a fire department in order to run a successful Fire and Life Safety Program. Planning for fire and life safety is a community effort and can be championed by schoolteachers, community leaders, community members, and first responders.

This program is a prerequisite for: Introduction to Fire and Life Safety Program Plan Components Fire and Life Safety Educator

Outcomes:

Participants will be able to understand the risks identified in a community risk reduction plan or other data source and how these risks can impact their community.

Prerequisites:

None

Duration:

1.5 hrs

Delivery Schedule:

April 13, 20, 27 and then

Monthly First Tuesday of the month commencing May 4, 2021

15:00 Eastern

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All sessions are delivered via Zoom. Please familiarize yourself with the application before the scheduled start time.

Links for the meeting and to download the participant materials are included in the online event page. You will also receive these in reminder emails one week, one day and one hour before the session.

We welcome participation from all Indigenous People and those who work or volunteer in the field of emergency services for indigenous communities.

Classes start promptly at the advertised time. To avoid disrupting the class, and to ensure all participants have the opportunity to learn all the material, if you are late for the session you may be unable to join.

IFMS training sessions may at times be recorded. Such recordings are used to continue developing the effectiveness of our training and instructors. The recordings will be deleted upon evaluation of the instructor.

If you have any questions please contact Malina by emailing training@indigenousfiresafety.ca

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Organizer National Indigenous Fire Safety Council Project

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The National Indigenous Fire Safety Council Project is the result of a new Indigenous developed framework designed to support Indigenous communities in development of their internal capacity to support community safety and resiliency. The NIFSC Project is Indigenous inspired, designed and led in collaboration with regional and national Indigenous communities, organizations and leaders.

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