Safety & Prevention
What to do after a fire.
Fire safety on campus is your responsibility and this page has information that can help you stay safe.
Chilliwack Fire Department will help parents fit their car seats to current laws.
Learn to prevent combustible dust fires and explosions.
Quick Facts about fireworks in the City of Chilliwack
November 2017 fire extinguisher recall notice from Kidde.
Residential heating oil storage tanks have been installed and used in Canada for over 60 years.
This section provides valuable information on fire prevention and how to deal with a fire should one occur. The information can be used to make you, your family, and your co-workers safer.
Apartments & Highrise Buildings: Am I Fire Safe? | At Work: Am I Fire Safe? | Burns: How Can I Prevent Them? | Candle Safety | Car Seat Installation Program | Carbon Monoxide Safety | Children & Fire: What do you need to know? | CLOSE THE DOOR | Electrical Fire Safety | Have a Fire Safe Christmas | Home Fire Escape Plan - Do I really Need One? | My Forest Home: Am I Prepared? | My Kitchen: Is It Fire Safe? | Natural Gas Safety | Portable Fire Extinguishers: Do I Need One? | Pre-Schoolers: What Should I Teach Them About Fire? | Seniors: How can I be Fire Safe? | Student Fire Safety
Several tips for keeping your home safe from fires.
Residential Wood Heating information and web links