Puslinch Fire Department June 2015 Report & Notes


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At the council meeting wednesday the Puslinch Fire Department’s June 2015 report we submitted. Original documents provided to us can be downloaded at the bottom of this posting courtesy Fire Chief Steven Goode.

Here are some of the key points from the reports (for full report please download from the links at bottom).

Puslinch Fire and Rescue Services were called out to assist Guelph Eramosa FD for a house fire with residents trapped. On arrival, the house was fully involved. Two homeowners and a bystander sustained injury and sent to local hospitals. The two residents were alerted by the sounds of the smoke alarms. The residents did not have time to exit the house from the front door and had to jump through a second storey small bathroom window.

It is imperative that all residents have working smoke alarms and an escape plan. The escape plan should not involve bystanders helping out.

Prevention & Public Education

2015 June

Activity:

Monthly Total

2015 YTD

Inspections

3

19

Water Tank Inspection

2

33

Investigations

0

7

Emergency Planning

1

11

Public Education Volunteer

1

6

Public Education Paid

2

4

Meeting

2

17

Home Safe Home Campaign

0

0




Monthly

2015 YTD

2014 YTD

2013 YTD

Motor Vehicle Collisions

12

76

96

48

Medical Assist

2

34

28

26

Mutual Aid

0

7

4

1

Carbon Monoxide

2

9

6

4

Automatic Alarm

2

15

20

13

Burning Complaints

2

7

10

6

Incorrect Page

0

0

4

1

Other

2

5

9

10

TOTALS:

Monthly

2015 YTD

2014 YTD

2013 YTD

26

177

198

141

Estimated Total Dollar Loss Due to Fire

$0

$123,000

$505,000

$620,000




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Fire Department Open House
MVC – Large Fuel Leak Highway 401 Service Centre


Download the original, full fire report documents here:

Puslinch Fire Department Council Report – June 2015 (.docx file)

Puslinch Fire Department Council Report – June 2015 Notes (.docx file)

Once again, a big thank you to Chief Goode & the entire Puslinch Fire Department.

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