Never trust fire

Career

You think that becoming a firefighter require to be a superhuman, the reality is quite different.

Statistics

Statistic presents detailed materials on fires, casualties and false alarms attended by fire and rescue services.

Active accidents

The page contains current information about active accidents, refresh the page to ensure current data is presented.

Event request

To request a fire company to be present at a event. Requests must be submitted at two weeks to the date of the event.

Publications

To provide information resources in different formats, including books, audio books, pamphlets and DVD’s.

Fire prevention

The precautions to prevent potentially harmful fires, surviving and reducing the damage caused by emergencies.

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News & Events

Vehicle Fires: Control the Burning Mass
Vehicle Fires: Control the Burning Mass

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3 Habits Great Firefighters Share
3 Habits Great Firefighters Share

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IAFC Announces New Grant Program
IAFC Announces New Grant Program

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Youth Fire Stop Prevention & Intervention Program

Youth Fire Stop is a program designed to prevent misuse of fire by youth in our community and to educate and intervene when endangerment involving fire occurs. Youth Fire Stop has been streamlined in order to make the program more effective.

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  • Emergency Supplies Checklist
  • Children Playing with Fire Fact Sheet
  • Fire Safety Education For Young Adults
  • Hydrocarbons: More Than Smoke and Flames
  • What Lies Between You and a Toxic Chemical?
  • A New Era in Swiftwater Rescue Training Facilities
  • The Scott World Firefighter Combat Challenge
  • It's Your Personal Choice
  • Keeping First Responders Safe
  • How to Handle a Mass Casualty Incident

They Say

My grandma was saved in a terrible fire. She has instilled in me the belief that those who risk their lives should be thanked, even if they have not done anything to help me.

Teresa Ward
Teresa WardLos Angeles citizen

I couldn't say any word when i saw what these brave men do! I was impressed that these people don't do it for the money, they do it for the love for the profession.

Robert Hoffman
Robert HoffmanNew York citizen

Once the firefighters put down the fire in our house. I want to tell them Thank you for saving our lives and the house. I can't wait to be a firefighter when I grow up.

Arthur Garret
Arthur GarretNew York citizen