Regina Fire & Protective Services consists of seven fire stations, an education and training centre and a fire headquarters building, which houses the Emergency Communications Centre. The various services are maintained by a fleet of 18 front-line apparatus that include pumper, rescue and ladder trucks.
On Wednesday, November 24, 2021, City Council approved Regina Fire & Protective Services (RFPS) Fire Master Plan (FMP) as a blueprint for decision making and a guide to help position fire service for community and economic growth over the next 25 years. The Plan is a comprehensive document that prioritizes community safety, mitigation of risk, research on best practices from other municipalities, and input from key internal and external stakeholders.
We do more than fight fires. Our services include:
- Emergency Dispatch Centre
- Public Education
- Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and Naloxone Kits
- Emergency Medical
- Hazardous Materials Response Team
- Jaws of Life
- Water & Ice Rescue
- Technical Rescue Team
- Inspection Program
Firefighters in Regina protect the lives and property of residents under the four phases of an emergency management model: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery.
A Firefighter is responsible for inspecting businesses, conducting fire safety education activities, operating fire suppression equipment and performing firefighting, rescue and related duties under emergency conditions, frequently involving hazards.
In an emergency
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