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SAFC MISSION & PURPOSE

The vision statement of the Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs is that the SAFC continuously strives to be the voice and leadership for the Fire Service in the province of Saskatchewan.

The mission of the Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs shall be to provide our member Fire and Emergency Service colleagues with information and education to better serve our communities; while maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards.

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NEWSLETTERS

Winter Newsletter

To download the winter 2015 SAFC newsletter click here.
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Previous Newsletters

To download previous editions of the newsletter click below:
 Summer 2015
 Inaugural 2014
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EMPLOYMENT

The City of North Battleford is currently recruiting for a full-time Deputy Chief of Public Safety, Planning, Prevention position. Click here to apply.
The City of Saskatoon is currently recruiting for a full-time Fire Inspector position. Deadline to apply is July 6th. Click here for info


ANNOUNCEMENTS

12th Annual Alberta Fire Training Conference

This is the 12th Annual Alberta Fire Training Conference held in Lethbridge Alberta on October 20-22, 2016 and this year's theme is "Tomorrow's Fire Service: Are You Ready?". The organizers of this conference would love to see some of their Brothers and Sisters from Saskatchewan attend this year! Click here for the information package with details on this year's conference and how to register.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016/Author: siteadmin/Number of views (39)/Comments (0)/

Run to Remember - 07 Jul to 22 July

Our Lt Governor will be lighting an Olympic style torch on July 7th at 11:00 am on the steps of Government House, 4607 Dewdney Ave in Regina. The torch will be carried from there by veterans, firefighters, EMTs, nurses, RCMP, and first responders, and will traverse the province and light a flame at the Wounded Warriors Weekend in Nipawin on July 22nd. Stops along the route will include Southey, Ft. Qu'appelle, Balcarres, Melville, Yorkton, Foam Lake, Wynyard, Dafoe, Watson, Humboldt, Wakaw, Melfort, Tisdale, Arborfield, and Carrot River. 
If any or all of these locations have a volunteer firefighter group or a regular fire department and would like to join in support of our Run to Remember, please contact Brenda Fredrickson at 306 378 4192. She is the coordinator of all our participants. 
The goal of our Run to Remember is to thank the veterans, currently serving military personnel, and first responders for the sacrifices they make to serve, and to bring awareness to the public of the challenges of PTSD faced by so many.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016/Author: siteadmin/Number of views (36)/Comments (0)/

STARS Safety Bulletin

Emergency Management and Fire Safety would like to share an important notification on behalf of STARS. Now that Spring has arrived, STARS would like to pass on a message in regards to landing the helicopter. 

 

Please take a moment to read.  Click here to read the safety bulletin. 

 

Tuesday, May 10, 2016/Author: siteadmin/Number of views (156)/Comments (0)/

Prairie Region TRANSCAER Event

August 18th-19th in Swift Current

The Prairie Region TRANSCAER Committee, in cooperation with the City of Swift Current will be hosting a Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response outreach event.  Please Click here for more informa‚Äčtion on the event and details on how to register.

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SAFC 10 REGIONAL MAPS

Click here.To view the maps of the 10 fire service districts in Saskatchewan.

WANTED

Field Fire & Rescue is looking to replace the vehicle that is currently used to respond to highway rescue related incidents. 
Click here for details.

FOR SALE

The City of Martensville is accepting bids on a 1977 King Seagrave Ltd. aerial apparatus.  Bids will be accepted until June 10th at 12 noon.Click here to see photos.  Click here for more information on how to submit bids.

The Prince Albert Fire Department is offering for sale (via Tender #66/16) one (1) used Slide In Fire Skid.  Interested bids will be accepted until 2:30 PM,Tuesday May 10th, 2016.   Click here for more information. 

The Melfort Fire Department has a 1987 Ford E-350 with a lift walk-in rescue vehicle for sale.  Please contact Fire Chief McDonald at 306-752-5911 or 306-921-8525 for more information, or you can email him by clicking on the highlighted link.

The Warman Fire Department is holding an unreserved auction for an Aerial for sale.  Click here to make a bid.  Click here to see photos of the Aerial .

The Martensville Fire Department is selling their 1990 Ford F800.  Click here for more information and a photo of the Apparatus.

The Lloydminster Fire Department is selling their Fire Department Unit 10 Allison Automatic Hale 1250-Mid-ship Pump.  Click here for more information and a photo.


Weyburn Fire Department has a 1996 Superior-Telesquirt Water Tower L51D for sale. Click here for details.

1993 Superior / Peterbilt Pumper for sale by SAFETEK Emergency Vehicles LTD.  $14,995.  Click here for details.

Demo Rapid Response unit for sale.  $159,000.  Click here for details.


  SAFETEK Emergency Vehicles LTD is selling a 2014 Quick Attack CAFS Unit.  Click here for details.
The Wadena Fire Department has a 1986 Ford F350 1-ton rescue van for sale.  Pictures are available upon request.  Contact Harold Narfason: (306) 338-3794 or narfason@gmail. com for information.
All SAFC members can advertise items For Sale for FREE.  Contact Shannon Zook at executivedirectorsafc@gmail.com for details.

HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION

Click here to view Environment Canada’s factsheet regarding the upcoming prohibition on PFOS in AFFF fire fighting foams. 

What Every Firefighter Should Know.

Fire fighters are at risk of asbestos exposure because of its frequent use in older structures and its ability to linger in the air even after a fire has been extinguished. Click here for more information.

FIRE FIGHTERS WITHOUT BORDERS CANADA 

Who Are We?: A dedicated group of firefighters and civilians who work to offer a “hand up” to our brother and sister firefighters in less developed countries. All FWB Canada members volunteer their time and energy to collect equipment, educate others about our organization and deliver training when deployed in country.

Click here for more details about us and how to donate.

ANNUAL REPORTS

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MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY CANADA

January/February 2014 newsletter.  Click here.

July/August 2014 newsletter.  Click here.

May/June 2014 newsletter.  Click here. 

November/December 2014 newsletter.  Click here.

March/April 2015 newsletter. Click here.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY

SaskPower recently developed an electrical safety video in partnership with the Canadian Electricity Association and other utilities across Canada.It describes common scenarios first responders may come across when responding to incidents involving electricity. Click here to view the video.

MEDAL MOUNTING

For Medal Mounting contact:

Medal Mounting Canada

Attn: Candyce Marcoux
2645 Argyle St
Regina SK
S4S 0K2



Sponsors

  
Please click on the sponsorship tab under Conference to see a list of 2016 Annual Conference sponsors.