Safety & Prevention
Education Materials and Services
Langford Fire Rescue is committed to working with our community to develop and deliver fire and life safety education programs.
The objective of these programs is to teach the members of our community how to prevent and protect themselves from hazards, with a special focus on fire prevention.
The Langford Fire Rescue Public Education Program features a variety of free information sessions and events, including:
- Fire extinguisher training
- Kitchen safety sessions at Spencer and Belmont Schools
- Fire safety sessions and fire hall tours to preschoolers and children
- Yearly fire safety expo for all Grade 4 students within our community
- Yearly open house for all members of our community
If you would like to arrange a fire safety session/fire hall tour for your organization, please contact:
- Deputy Fire Chief Kerry Zado
- Phone: (250) 478-9555
Additional safety information is available from Fire Prevention Canada.
Wildfires and Interface Fires
Interface fire zones are areas where commercial and residential buildings could be threatened in the event of a wildfire.
Langford Fire Rescue and the City of Langford have completed a comprehensive Interface Fire Hazard Plan [PDF - 1.7 MB] for planning community development and firefighting procedures in areas of our district that have the potential for wildfires (grass and bush) to progress towards homes.
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