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Brookfield Fire


 emergency services

Phone:   Office 902-673-2965

Purpose: fire protection, emergency service provider, health and safety promotion

Members: age 14 and up

Location: 110 Hwy 289, Brookfield,NS

Website: brookfieldfire.ca

Email: contact BFES




Services provided:

  • Fire suppression
  • Vehicle extrication ("Jaws of Life") services for Upper Stewiacke, Stewiacke, Hilden, southern Cobequid and Brookfield fire service districts.
  • Ice and water rescue
  • Motor vehicle incidents
  • Hazardous materials incidents
  • Response to industrial and commercial emergencies
  • Medical First Response in cooperation with Emergency Health Services
  • Mutual Aid response to other emergency services in Colchester, East Hants & Halifax Counties
  • Hall rental for receptions, meetings seminars
  • Fire prevention & health promotion programs in the community and public schools
  • Falls prevention training and inspections
  • Sale and installation of civic signs
  • Training: fire prevention, first aid, CPR, safety, health promotion and emergency preparedness

New volunteers are currently being recruited. If you have interest in any aspect of the services provided, want to find more about joining Brookfield Fire & Emergency Services or to request a non emergency service please call 673-2965. Regular training and meetings are held on Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:00 pm.

Emergency Preparedness

Brookfield Fire & Emergency Services wants to ensure that all citizens, businesses and organizations understand their responsibilities in an emergency and what resources are available at the local, municipal, provincial and federal levels. The following material is available to help you plan:

Bulletin: 72 hours ... is Your Family Prepared? - issued February, 2008, this outlines your responsibilities, especially during the first 72 hours of an emergency. This document is designed to print on 8.5" x 14" size paper.

 Checklist for your Emergency Kit

Links to related web-sites: 

Check the Roads before you leave for a drive:  Nova Scotia Highway Cameras

Environment Canada Weather office:  weatheroffice

N.S. Emergency Management Office (EMO):  gov.ns.ca/emo

Is your Family Prepared? - Public Safety Canada getprepared (has an online emergency plan form to complete and download).

Canadian Red Cross: redcross.ca

Nova Scotia Power’s Critical Care Program (for customers whose health is directly dependent on electricity such as customers on oxygen machines or dialysis… Nova Scotia Power will provide detailed power outage information directly to you, through the program) http://www.nspower.ca/customer_service/outage_information/restoration/critical.shtml

Vial of Life Program, VON - Colchester-East Hants, Truro, NS, 893-3803

Civic address street number sign (blue-and-white) – to order your sign locally, call Brookfield Fire & Emergency Services, 902-673-2965.

SPAN Program: In addition, we encourage neighbours to help each other out before, during and following an emergency; this helps to free up volunteer fire fighters and volunteer medical first responders for more serious situations. The purpose of the SPAN program (Strengthening Preparedness Among Neighbours) is to enable neighbourhoods to be self-sufficient for a minimum of 72 hours following a major disaster. To learn how your road or neighbourhood can participate, call Brookfield Fire & Emergency Services at 673-2965.

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