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The Township of Oro-Medonte is hiring a Fire Prevention Officer

The Township of Oro-Medonte requires a FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER. Located in the heart of Ontario’s Lake Country, between the cities of Barrie and Orillia, the Township of Oro-Medonte is a picturesque and progressive community that prides itself on its rich heritage and unparalleled recreational opportunities, making it one of Ontario’s premier quality of life communities.…

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The City of Mississauga is Hiring a Fire Plans Examiner

Fire Plans Examiner Req ID: 1122 Vacancy Type: Permanent Number of Positions: 1 Closing Date: 12/16/2018 at Midnight Job Summary Plans Examiners are responsible for the review and acceptance of submitted plans and specifications.  This includes fire protection equipment, compliance alternatives, life safety studies, engineering studies for compliance with Ontario Building Code, Ontario Fire Code, NFPA, ULC, CSA and…

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Mississippi Mills is Hiring a Training/Fire Prevention Officer.

TRAINING/FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER Full-time Contract $28.04 – $35.07 per hour/37.5 hours per week  The Mississippi Mills Fire Department is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Training/Fire Inspection Officer. The position requires a thorough knowledge of the fire service, program development, teaching and training methods. You will be required respond to emergency and non-emergency…

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Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week is just around the corner! The Hawkins Gignac Act, 2013 proclaims the week beginning on November 1 of each year as Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week. No matter which day of the week it is, November 1 always is the start of Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week. The OFMEM has a variety of…

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Mark, the OMFPOA appreciates your feedback and suggestions!

  The OMFPOA would like to thank Mark, a student in upstate New York who took the time to provide feedback on our website.  Mark’s teacher came across our website while assisting Mark and his classmates to research fire safety information online.  Mark also found another website that he felt had useful information which could…

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ESA announces Home Electrical Safety Day on October 1st, 2018

Dear Safety Partner, As we know all, electricity is a necessity for everyday living, powering our homes, workplaces, schools, and everything in between. But far too many Ontarians overlook the serious risks that come with improper electrical use inside their own households. On average, 110 kids under 15 end up in the emergency department each…

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