How much do parents of newborns know about home fire safety and what knowledge might they retain after watching a brief safety video? A research team recently set out to[…]
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Windsor Fire and Rescue Services have once again teamed up with TVOKids and the Office of the Fire Marshal to raise awareness about testing smoke alarms and carbon monoxide (CO)[…]
Do you have car seat questions? CREW has answers! CREW is a community organization aimed at educating parents and caregivers about children’s restraint safety. CREW provides free car seat checks by private[…]
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Windsor Fire and Rescue Services would like to remind residents that open-air burning is not permitted within the City of Windsor. Use of devices such as chimineas, outdoor fireplaces, fire[…]
COPE – Care Outreach and Prevention for Everyone: A multifaceted outreach project providing fire safety information and advice.
Free Voluntary Home Inspection Program Most fires occur in the home. Is your home fire safe? Windsor Fire and Rescue Services can help! Knowledgeable fire crews will offer advice to[…]
TVOKids wants you to Push 2 Buttons and test the smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms in your home from March 1st to 14th, 2016.
Are you prepared for winter weather? Follow these tips to ensure your safety this winter. Click here for larger version (PDF)
Participate in the 12 Days of Holiday Fire Safety and follow the important safety tips to ensure a safe and happy holiday season! (PDF)
Halloween is a fun, and spooky, time of year for kids. Make trick-or-treating safe for your little monsters with a few easy safety tips. Click here to download Halloween Fire Safety Tips (PDF)
Fire Prevention Week is October 5th-9th, 2015. Click here for a list of events happening around Windsor (PDF).
There have been several incidents in hotels and restaurants where rags or towels that were used to clean up oily spills such as oil from deep fryers were washed and[…]
The Windsor Professional Firefighters Association is donating twelve portable carbon monoxide alarms to Windsor Fire and Rescue Services to be put on every frontline fire apparatus. These small portable alarms[…]
Windsor Fire & Rescue Services, Windsor Professional Fire Fighters, 2014-02 Recruit Class, Station #5 and the Training Division want to thank: Custom Fit Insulation BMR Windsor Building Centre Silver Springs[…]
‘Tis the Season to be Careful. Ontario Fire Marshal & Chief of Emergency Management Ted Wieclawek offers the following twelve tips for a safe and happy holidays. Windsor Fire Chief[…]
It’s fun to decorate for the winter holidays, but holiday decorations can increase your risk for a home fire. As you deck the halls this season, be fire smart.
Join us in Sharing the Warmth with Windsor’s homeless by donating a sleeping bag. If you don’t have one to donate, consider purchasing a new one or partner up with friends, coworkers or school-mates[…]
The City of Windsor has been promoting LEED Certified buildings and sustainable construction as part of its Environmental Master Plan goal of creating healthy communities. Windsor Fire Hall No. 7[…]
Effective Oct. 15, 2014, Ontario has made carbon monoxide alarms mandatory in all homes and other residential buildings
Carbon Monoxide 101: Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colourless, tasteless and odourless gas produced when fuels such as propane, gasoline, natural gas, heating oil or wood have insufficient air[…]