Across the back from left to right (Standing) is Nathan MacFarland (FF), Darren O’Hara (FF), Kevin Waito (Fire Chief), Dan McDonald (FF), Johnathan Siery (FF), James Valliant (Captain), Aymerick L. Chayer (FF), Jordan Reid (FF), Nathan Butler (FF), Jeffery Sheppard (FF), Henry Gill (FF), Rob Dimmock (FF), Ben Wilson (Captain), and kneeling down front left is John Barrington (Training Officer) and Ryan Broome (FF).
Enbridge Gas Assists Laurentian Hills Fire Department in Supporting Firefighter Training - HERE
Photo HERE In the photo from left to right is Jeremy Miller, Eastern Region Construction Manager, Enbridge Gas Inc., Mayor Anne Giardini and Fire Chief Kevin Waito.
Application for Volunteering with the Laurentian Hills Fire Department HERE
By-Law for Open Air Fires - 08-14
Water on a grease fire - HERE (video)
Scrap Vehicle Donations for Auto Extrication Training HERE
Smoke Alarm Installation HERE
Recall on Kidde Dual Sensor Smoke Alarms - Click HERE
Recall: Kiddie Combination Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms - Click HERE
New Information Regarding Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Recall on Dishwashers - Click HERE
Recall on Kidde Fire Extinguishers HERE
Carbon Monoxide Alarm Questions and Answers - Click HERE
Hawkins - Gignac Foundation for CO Education - Click HERE
For Parents with Babies and small Children in Car Seats - Click HERE
The Ontario Fire Code requires all homes to have properly maintained and operating smoke alarms between each sleeping area and the remainder of the building at all times. It is recommended that homeowners install one smoke alarm on every level of their home and outside all sleeping areas. For maximum protection, install one in every room. Fewer deaths occur in home fires where a smoke alarm is present and working. In 1999, Ontario recorded its lowest fire death rate ever - attributed to enhanced building and fire codes, greater public awareness and the use of home smoke alarms.
To be in service of your community is one of the greatest sacrifices a person can make. Laurentian Hills is proud to boast we have one of the best volunteer fire departments in the province. This group of dedicated people train hard to provide not only fire protection but also educate our residents in all matters of public safety. Not only do they protect our families, the fire department and the Laurentian Hills Fire Association work hard to promote the Town through fund raising events and are always helping out with all Town activities like the winter carnival, sports and recreation events and public awareness.
Kevin Waito, Fire Chief
Point Alexander Fire Hall