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St. Lucia Fire Service Fire Prevention Department

St. Lucia Fire Service Fire Prevention Department FIRE AND LIFE SAFETY IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS

Operating as usual

24/12/2021

Kitchen Safety during the festive season

10/06/2021

Before a hurricane!

Learn the elevation level of your property and whether the land is prone to flooding. #hurricaneseason2021 #hurricanepreparedness #HurricaneSafety #saintluciafireservice #servicecomittmentdevotion #slfs

10/06/2021

Join us on Safety-Nette Plus page on Thursday, 17th June 2021 at 7:30pm on FB Live as we take you step by step through the Emergency Planning process ahead of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

The first 10 fans of our page who shares the live and comments 'Safety' will receive a flashlight🔦

Thank you in advance for your support!!

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08/03/2021

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Happy International Women's Day to all our female #firefighters and #civilian staff.
#thankyou #strength #women #resilience #servicecommitmentdevotion #saintluciafireservice

31/12/2020
New Year's Message

Have a safe and prosperous #newyear

#saintluciafireservice #servicecommitmentdevotion

23/12/2020
Fire and Life Safety

Did you know...? #smokedetector #firesafety #safetyiseveryonesbusiness #saintluciafireservice #servicecommitmentdevotion

21/12/2020
Christmas Safety Message

Christmas Safety message from: Divisional Officer Tonia Albert Officer in Charge of Fire Prevention
Have a safe and Merry Christmas from the Saint Lucia Fire Service! 🎄🔥🚒

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19/11/2020

Timeline photos

Happy International Men's Day from the Saint Lucia Fire Service.
#mensday #internationalmensday2020 #firefighter #servicecommitmentdevotion #saintluciafireservice

14/09/2020

On this date, 46 years ago, the Saint Lucia Fire Service was born.

We have progressed significantly through the years, from having 85 fire personnel and 4 fire stations located in the city of Castries, the towns of Vieux-Fort and Soufriere, and the village of Dennery, to now having an additional five fire stations and a staff complement of over 300 firefighters. Also adding to the organization, 21 civilian staff and recently, 12 EMTs to assist with COVID 19 responses.

Our message, however, remains the same. While being charged with the protection of life and property, we are also advocates for fire safety. The recent house fire in Cedar Heights, Vieux Fort, should serve as an indication to citizens, that fire safety is everyone's business.

Installing and maintaining working smoke detectors in all enclosed spaces in your home or business, installing fire extinguishers, and formulating and practicing an evacuation plan should be paramount for every household and business place.

Let us work together, for a safer Saint Lucia.

We wish all our officers and staff a Happy 46th Anniversary!

For further information and/or assistance, please feel free to contact the Fire Service on telephone number 455 6100 or visit our page.

Please be informed.
10/09/2020

Please be informed.

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13/07/2020

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26/06/2020

Photos from Saint Lucia Fire Service's post

24/06/2020

📣HURRICANE SAFETY TIP 8📣

Stay away from windows and doors🌬⛈🚪

Only stay in a home if you have NOT been ordered to leave. Stay away from windows and doors, even if they are covered. Take refuge in a small interior room or closet. Close all interior doors.
#saintluciafireservice #safetyiseveryonesbusiness #servicecommitmentdevotion

24/06/2020

📣HURRICANE SAFETY TIP 8📣

Stay away from windows and doors🌬⛈🚪

Only stay in a home if you have NOT been ordered to leave. Stay away from windows and doors, even if they are covered. Take refuge in a small interior room or closet. Close all interior doors.
#saintluciafireservice #safetyiseveryonesbusiness #servicecommitmentdevotion

23/06/2020

📣HURRICANE SAFETY TIP 7📣

Turn off utilities⚡️🔌

Turn off utilities, if told to do so by authorities. Unplug all major appliances. Turn off all cooking gas tanks.
#saintluciafireservice #safetyiseveryonesbusiness #servicecommitmentdevotion

21/06/2020

Potential impacts, especially for sensitive people, of dust and particulate matter less than 10 micrometer in diameter. (Dale Destin - 268Weather )

A very happy father's day to our officers!!
21/06/2020

A very happy father's day to our officers!!

Happy father's day to our firefighters!!! You are greatly appreciated for your sacrifice and dedication to your job and your family! #servicecommitmentdevotion #saintluciafireservice #happyfathersday #firefighterdad

Follow the link below for a special message from some fathers in the security and fire services ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️
https://youtu.be/4XFyjZxqJvQ

While we and parts of the world observe June 19 as a day of emancipation for slaves in the United States, we the Saint L...
19/06/2020

While we and parts of the world observe June 19 as a day of emancipation for slaves in the United States, we the Saint Lucia Fire Service, takes this time to observe a bit of our history.

On June 19 2020, we remember the devastating fire in the city Castries which occurred on June 19 1948. #ourhistory #servicecommitmentdevotion #acitysdeathbyfire #saintluciafireservice

"Today marks the seventy-second (72) anniversary of the most devastating fire which occurred on our island, St. Lucia. On June 19, 1948, a fire swept through the city walls of Castries destroying seventy-five percent (75%) of the business center of the country, leaving approximately two thousand (2000) people homeless. To this day, no one knows for sure how the fire started, or what may have caused this conflagration in the country’s capital.
Consequently, this fire along with many others have spurred fire safety regulations throughout the country. With the vision of preventing a fire of such magnitude from reoccurring, the St. Lucia Fire Service established the Fire Prevention and Investigation Department.
This department has the mandate to ensure that every building of public interest throughout St. Lucia meets the Safety Standards to operate. It is for this reason; the Public is reminded of the regulation stipulated in the St. Lucia Labour code 2006, Section 233 subsection (1).
“An employer or a person in control of an industrial establishment shall ensure that his or her industrial establishment is certified every twenty-four months by the Chief Fire Officer”.
Having said this, the St.Lucia Fire Prevention Department remains committed to serving you." -- Owen Cazaubon (Acting Station Officer/Fire Investigator II)

19/06/2020

📣HURRICANE SAFETY TIP 6📣

Listen To Weather Advisories📢🌩⛈📻

As a major hurricane, or weather event approaches, it is extremely important listen to weather advisories and to be prepared to take action.
#saintluciafireservice #safetyiseveryonesbusiness #servicecommitmentdevotion

09/06/2020

📣HURRICANE SAFETY TIP 5📣

Know your escape route & nearest shelter!⛪️📢

Know where the designated shelters are within your community and how to get to them. Teach all family members, including children.
#saintluciafireservice #servicecommitmentdevotion #safetyiseveryonesbusiness

Address

St Lucia Fire Service Headquarters
Castries

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Telephone

+17584556100

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