Tag Archive "oakville-fire-department"

Monique Belair

Oakville’s First Female Deputy Fire Chief: Monique Belair

Monique Belair has been appointed as the first female deputy fire chief for the Oakville Fire department. She begins her new role on Tuesday, October 31, 2017.

Glen Abbey Arson – a suspect has been charged

On Monday, August 28, 2017 an Oakville man was charged regarding a Glen Abbey arson. At 3:00 AM on Monday, Halton Regional Police Service and the Oakville Fire Department responded to the area of Upper ...

Oakville Automatic Vehicle Locators, Oakville Transit Bus

Oakville Automatic Vehicle Locators reduce Guess Work

Oakville Automatic Vehicle Locators (AVL) pinpoint the exact location of buses, public works vehicles and fire trucks in real-time, so residents and staff will no longer have to guess. Residents will have this new information ...

Young Women in Leadership Program Oakville Fire

Oakville North-Burlington Inaugural Young Women in Leadership Program

Inaugural Young Women in Leadership Program (YWIL) was hosted last week, which offered young women in Oakville North-Burlington and across Halton an opportunity to job-shadow in a local business, agency, organization, or government office.

Coronation Park

Oakville urges residents to use caution around waterfront

Lake Ontario levels continue to rise and with more rain expected this weekend, the Town of Oakville is urging residents to use caution around Oakville and Bronte Harbours.

Nishan Duraiappah, Deputy Chief, Halton Regional Police Service; Greg Sage, Chief, Paramedic Services, Halton Region; Gary Carr, Halton Regional Chair; Ralph Blauel, Chief, Emergency Management, Halton Region; and Gerry Lieferink, Platoon Chief, Oakville Fire,

Halton Region joins partners to encourage emergency preparedness

In recognition of Emergency Preparedness Week, running May 7 to 14, Halton Region and its emergency management partners encourage residents to take precautions to reduce the impact of a potential emergency in their community.

Emergency Cool Weather Car Kit

Oakville Residents to prepare for the first 72 hours of an emergency

Now that winter weather has arrived, the Oakville Fire department is encouraging residents to prepare a 72-hour emergency kit to stay safe.

Ambulance

Halton EMS saved two Oakville Teens who were swept into fast moving water

The Halton Regional Police Service, Oakville Fire and Halton Paramedics worked together to rescue two youths stranded in Sixteen Mile Creek on Wednesday January 4th, 2017. At approximately 10:30 am the two teens ages 13 ...

Kidde Combo Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors recalled

Kidde Combo Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors recalled

The Oakville Fire department is advising residents of a recent smoke and carbon monoxide detector recall.

EpiPen

Oakville Fire adding EpiPens to trucks in January 2017

Starting in January 2017, all fire trucks of the Oakville Fire Department will carry lifesaving EpiPens to treat people experiencing severe allergic reactions. Council approved the staff recommendation on Monday, November 14, 2016. An Epinephrine Auto ...

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