BFP bares activities for fire prevention month

The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) in Surigao City has lined up more activities for the Fire Prevention Month.

City Fire Marshall FS/Insp. Rey Bautista, said that they have just successfully conducted a “Fun Run” activity along with the BFP-Caraga Regional/Provincial Offices personnel at Brgy. Rizal last March 1.

“We also kicked off the celebration with a motorcade followed by a thanksgiving mass at the BFP Regional Office in Brgy. Luna on the same date,” Sr. Inspector Bautisa said.

“Our Fire Safety Inspection personnel have also supervised the business establishment owners in the hanging of Fire Prevention streamers within the premises of their business establishments,” Bautista added.

Bautista also said that last March 5, a Fire Safety Inspection was also conducted to a number of establishments in the city.

He also revealed that seminars and lectures on Fire Safety will be conducted to the faculty and students of St. Ignatius Computer College and the populace of barangays Taft and Washington starting March 8 onwards.

“On March 21-28, the Inspection Personnel will be conducting a Fire Fighting Training to San Francisco Search and Rescue Team in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur,” Bautista said.

He also said that by the last week of March, the Inspection Personnel will then conduct a Company Fire Fighting and Rescue Training at the Pacific Cement Company, Inc. (PACEMCO). These series of activities, according to Bautista, deal greatly on the precautionary measures mainly on the avoidance of fire occurrence.

“Said measures were formulated and adopted consequently to save billions worth of properties and significantly reduce losses of lives wrecked by fire occurrence through carelessness, negligence, and slipshod actions,” Bautista said.

The long-month celebration carries the theme, “Kahandaan sa Sunog, Tungo sa Kaunlaran.” (FEAbkilan)

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