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  • BC First Responders Mental Health

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  • BC Fire Sprinkler Initiative presents the BC Home and Family Sprinkler Summit

    The Fire Chiefs' Association of BC is hosting its Home and Family Sprinkler Summit on Thursday, February 22, 2018, at the Langley Events Centre. Details to come. 

    The British Columbia Fire Sprinkler Initiative is dedicated to promoting home fire sprinklers. This voluntary initiative is a resource for information about home fire sprinklers and actively educates stakeholder groups about the life-saving aspect of these devices. The initiative also collaborates with local fire service organizations to address and overcome barriers to installing fire sprinklers in the province's new homes. For more information click here.

  • New sprinkler requirements for four-storey wood-frame buildings

    BC’s Fire Chiefs thank the Provincial Government for their actions in changing the Building Code to require fire sprinklers to be installed on the balconies of all new four-storey wood-frame residential buildings. This is a very positive action in advance of the normal Code review cycle that will enhance public safety and property protection.

    https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2017MNGD0042-000616

  • FIREFIGHTERS AND CANCER: WHAT YOU CAN DO TO REDUCE THE RISK

    Know the risks. Take charge of your health. 

    See inside this brochure for details and read the report in our library, Firefighters and Cancer: Understanding Risk Factors in an Environment of Change 

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    Membership in the Fire Chiefs' Association is open to only those persons residing within the Province of British Columbia. Members shall consist of management officers of federal, provincial, regional, and local or an industrial fire service that are responsible for fire protection functions at the policy making or management levels. Active Members shall be voting members and have the right to hold office

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