Encana Oil & Gas coordinated a Trench Rescue Training with Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District and Mountain View Fire Rescue on October 14 at one of its locations in the Town of Frederick. While the objective of the drill was to rescue two individuals who were injured when a ditch caved in, one of the main goals of the training is to ensure the ongoing, well-coordinated response efforts between Encana and local emergency responders.
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Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District Division Chief and Fire Marshal Dave Puccetti has worked hard with the Town of Frederick and the Town of Firestone in getting the new 2012 Residential Building Code adopted to improve safety in new single-family homes with unfinished basements, which requires new residential construction to have fire sprinkler system installed in unfinished basements or for the ceiling to be covered with drywall to double occupancy escape times in the event of a fire.
This morning at 8:38 a.m. Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District, along with several members of the community including the Firestone Police Department, Town of Frederick, Town of Firestone, The Crabon Valley Recreation District and the Carbon Valley Roatury, honored those who we lost on September 11, 2001, and recognized all first responders who still serve in the line of duty.
Who loves your pets? Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District does and now we can do even more about it.
Recently, the Frederick-Firestone FPD received a donation from Rocky Mountain Dock Dogs of a pet oxygen delivery system for the use on dogs or cats during an emergency
The Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District is proud to announce that it has earned a Class 2 rating from the Insurance Service Office, commonly known as ISO. This new rating means that residents and business owners may be able to enjoy lower insurance premiums.
The previous ISO rating for the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District was a 5/9; the new rating of 2/9 puts the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District in the top 1.5% of fire department ISO ratings in the State of Colorado and the United States.
With advances in technology, emergency medical services for the Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District are constantly changing not only in the way first responders care for our patients, but in the way we train.
When Frederick-Firestone F.P.D. crews received information from University Hospital that a resident of the Fire District would be coming home following surgery to install a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD), it was not unusual for crews to visit the home.
“The District welcomes the chance to be able to advance our knowledge in this cutting edge technology. This is a great opportunity for the crews to interact and develop a medical treatment plan with this particular patient and his family, so everyone is on the same page if our services are needed,” said Doug Prunk, Division Chief of Life Safety with the Frederick-Firestone F.P.D.