Emergency Services Committee Meeting MONDAY, Oct 28th

PUBLIC MEETING
Emergency Services Committee Meeting
When: Monday
October 28, 2019
Time: 2:30 p.m.
Location: City Hall Council Chambers


EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING
SOLICITING COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR
THORNE BAY EMERGENCY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND THIS


I. Call to order
II. Record of Attendance
III. Chair Opening Comments
IV. Public Comments
V. Committee Comments
VI. New business
a) Setting Emergency Services Planning Committee upcoming meeting dates and topics, goals & objectives, discussion and action item:
b) Recruitment of Emergency Service Volunteers-Open discussions on ideas for recruitment of volunteers, how to become a volunteer and community involvement within the Emergency Services Department:
c) Establish a draft budget for Emergency Services Department to be adopted in the next FY20 City Budget Amendment, discussion and action item:
VII. Adjournment

EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING

PUBLIC MEETING

Emergency Services Committee Meeting

When: Monday, October 28, 2019 @ 2:30 p.m.

Location:  City Hall Council Chambers

EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING

SOLICITING COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR

THORNE BAY EMERGENCY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND THIS
  1. Call to order
  2. Record of Attendance
  3. Chair Opening Comments
  4. Public Comments
  5. Committee Comments
  6. New business
    • Setting Emergency Services Planning Committee upcoming meeting dates and topics, goals & objectives, discussion and action item:
    • Recruitment of Emergency Service Volunteers-Open discussions on ideas for recruitment of volunteers, how to become a volunteer and community involvement within the Emergency Services Department:
    • Establish a draft budget for Emergency Services Department to be adopted in the next FY20 City Budget Amendment, discussion and action item:
  7. Adjournment


FIRE SAFETY MONTH – OCTOBER

Did You Know?

Every October, the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) observes Fire Prevention Safety Week for families to plan, prepare and think about the importance of fire safety. Of course, every week is a good week to talk about fire safety because you never know when a fire emergency can strike. Here are a few fire safety tips and facts for you and your family to keep in mind..

Fire Safety Facts & Statistics
On average, seven people die in home fires every day.

Fire departments respond to an average of 355,400 home fires each year. Cooking appliances are the leading cause of home fires. 65 percent of fire deaths occur in homes without working smoke detectors. It only takes 30 seconds for a small fire to spread.