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MFS delivers world-class
USAR training

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For the first time, the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) has put interstate firefighters through their paces to deliver world-class Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) training.

Twenty Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) firefighters and an Ambulance Tasmania (AT) paramedic faced a hazardous mock earthquake disaster scene, with collapsed buildings, trapped casualties and disrupted gas, water and power services. [More...]

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Be vigilant when using clothes dryers to reduce the chance of the dryer catching on fire.
 

 

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Hazardous Chemicals Storage

Do you have a worksite with a notifiable quantity of hazardous chemicals? (Notifiable quantity in relation to notifying Safework SA).

If you do, then you're required to create an emergency plan and submit a copy to the South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) or South Australian Country Fire Service (CFS).

The South Australian Work Health and Safety Regulators (WHS Reg), requires employers, controllers of premises, occupiers of Dangerous Goods sites and operators of MHFs to carry out a thorough risk assessment to identify, eliminate or control hazards and risks at the site.

To assist operators and licence holders in developing a comprehensive emergency plan, the MFS and CFS have also developed a general emergency plan guideline (Emergency Plans at Facilities having Notifiable Quantities of Hazardous Chemicals and Major Hazard Facilities, MFS Special Risks Department Guideline No. 001).

Click here for more information.

In an Emergency

Call Triple Zero in an emergency. Clicking this link will take you to a page with information on how Triple Zero works and when to use it. 106 is the Australian text-based emergency service number. Clicking this link will take you to the Relay Service website with information about 106 Text Emergency Services. It will open in a new tab or window.
Clicking this link will take you to the Alert SA website, which provides access to official, real-time event and warning information in South Australia. This link will open in a new tab or window. Call 1300 362 361 for the latest information on bushfires from the South Australian Country Fire Service.

 

Out and About

Helping to combat Tonga's road toll

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Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) firefighters are helping Tongan firefighters to combat the Pacific island nation’s road toll.

Two MFS firefighters have journeyed to Tonga to deliver road crash rescue, Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) and fire appliance training to Tonga Fire and Emergency Services (TFES) colleagues. [More here…]

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