03St. Peters Fire Department

Training schedule:

  • Mar 08 – Annual Meeting
  • Mar 15 – Building Search and Rescue
  • Mar 22 – Pump Operations
  • Mar 29 – Meeting

Department News

The St. Peters Fire Department continues to try to recruit new members. If you think you may be interested in joining or have some questions, please contact Chief Craig Campbell (evenings) at (902) 961-2246 or any Firefighter.

The St. Peters Fire Department would like to remind everyone, we are taking orders for our Annual Nirthday Calendars. Anyone interested in ordering one please contact any member of the St. Peters Fire Department.

The St. Peters Fire Department would like to thank all the people involved in the 16th Annual Emmett O’Hanley Memorial Hockey tournament. Each year the proceeds are donated to the Fire Department in Emmett’s memory. The money is used to buy equipment and training. Again a special thank you goes out to Bonnie and family and all the great friends and neighbours for supporting the annual event.

This Month`s Safety Tips

* A fresh snowfall can cover up hazards such as icy patches or uneven surfaces. Ice is most slippery at around plus 1 or 2 degrees Celsius due to the film of water that forms on the surface. Areas in shadows still can have a layer of ice despite temperatures being above 0 degrees Celsius. USe caution when walking around vehicles as tire marks can pack snow and make the surface slippery.

* Carbon Monoxide, also known as C), is called the “invisible killer” because it is odorless, colourless, and poisonous. More than 150 people in the United States dies every year from accidental nonfire related C) poisoning associated with consumer products, including generators. Other products include faulty, improperly-used or incorrectly vented fuel-burning appliances such as furnaces, stoves, water heaters and fireplaces. Install a CO detector on each floor an test them regularly.