1. Fire Prevention Officers use issued note books. Once the book is full, it is numbered and placed in the departments safe for future reference.
2. We do not have note pads with department logo.
3. We have note books assigned to each file property, so for a fire investigation we will use the assigned file note book, if there isn’t a book in the file, we start a brand new book for the file and the book is used for the fire investigation. This book will remain with the file.
4. The Fire Prevention Officer will photo copy their notes and place them in the property file.
5. The notes are not scanned.
I have provided our department with in-service training on note taking. Each firefighter has been assigned a note book, the PC and Captains duties are to ensure the note books are kept current.
Female High School Students Invited to Explore Career Paths within the Fire Service
RICHMOND HILL – Applications are now open for this year’s Project Blaze – a fully involved fire service experience run by Richmond Hill’s Fire and Emergency Services for female-identifying students in Grades 10-12. The three-day event offers students an opportunity to see how their skills and interests can propel them into an exciting career in