All courses have been cancelled until further notice.
Prepare for an emergency before they happen.
Are you thinking about leaving your child at home by himself/herself for the first time? Even if it's for a short while, this may be an ideal program for your child to attend. Topics include general safety, the value of 9-1-1, dealing with different types of emergencies, potential hazards in the home and some brief first aid.
Are you and your family prepared to be self-sufficient in your home or in an evacuation centre for up to 72 hours? In a disaster, emergency response can be delayed, utilities can be shut off and you may be asked to shelter-in-place or evacuate. Learn what proactive measures you can take to ensure you, your family and those who rely on you for care, are prepared.
This workshop will assist neighbourhood leaders to initiate the process of attaining FireSmart Community recognition status. The half-day workshop provides Community Champions with the information and tools required to motivate your neighbours to work with local fire agency staff to make their homes and communities less vulnerable to wildfire.
In a fire, mere seconds can mean the difference between a safe escape and a tragedy. Fire safety education isn’t just for school children, as teenagers, adults, and the elderly are also at risk in fires. Learn what proactive measures you can take to prevent a fire or escape to ensure you, your family and those who rely on you are safe.
At age 65, older adults are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires and by age 75, that risk increases to three times that of the general population. This class teaches key fire and fall safety messages developed by experts from national and local safety organizations. Learn strategies and activities to eliminate injuries, gain measurable improvement in the health and well-being contributing to continued independence.