Chatham-Kent Fire & Rescue's

Station #6 Dresden invites you to attend their


Saturday, October 15th 2022

from 9:00 until 12:00

This Open House is an ideal opportunity for the public to meet station crew members. They will be there to answer any questions and show the trucks and equipment used in the fire service.

We will also be discussing the proper locations of Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Detectors for in-home use.

Coffee will be available:

175 Lindsley St. E. Dresden ON N0P 1M0 Tel. 519-683-4909 Fax. 519-683-1868: Photo was taken by Captain Terry Jordan:

Fire Prevention Week

The Week of October 9th-15th...

has been designated fire prevention week 2022. This year's theme “Fire won’t wait plan your escape” Highlights the importance of working together with people with whom you live and work to be better prepared to prevent and survive a fire in your home or workplace.

Stay Protected with These Fire Safety Tips

Your home is the center of your life – filled with loved ones and family belongings. Protect your home with these important home fire safety tips:

  • Install smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms on every level of your home. Test them monthly to make sure they work. Change the batteries every 6 months.
  • Create multiple escape plans and practice them with your family. Your plans should include escape routes from different areas of the house, tools for exiting the building (escape ladders, items to open, break out windows), and a designated meeting place. It’s very important to practice fire safety with kids, so be sure to familiarize your children with the sounds of the alarm(s).
  • Keep grills, cookers, and fryers at least 3 feet away from your house and shrubs or bushes.
  • Keep space heaters at least 3 feet away from anything flammable. Always turn off heaters when leaving the room or going to bed.
  • Have your chimneys, fireplaces, wood stoves and central furnace serviced once a year.
  • If someone in your home is deaf or hard of hearing, consider installing an alarm that combines flashing lights, vibration, and sound.
  • Store gasoline in a garage or shed in a container approved for gasoline storage.
  • Close the lid on all flammable products and put them away after using them.
  • Use ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) in all electrical receptacles (outlets) in kitchens, bathrooms, and other wet areas.
  • Store a fire extinguisher on every level of your home. They should have an ABC rating, making them usable for all types of fires.

Please Thank These Local Business for their support.

 Local Business operators like the ones shown here, have helped to make this fire prevention week message possible. They are Dresden community boosters and are deserving of your support. Thank you for Thinking Local--Shopping Local--Buying Local.

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