Cowwarr Rural Fire Brigade - CFA
You'll be asked to nominate Fire, Ambulance or police, then...
When Vicfire at Ballarat receives your call, then select the closest
Brigades and initiate a pager message.
About 15 members have a pager; hopefully a few will be about to
mount a response.
The Siren sounds for two minutes to attract members to respond. Any
longer - be concerned!
fire: not a problem. Big fire: Heyfield group can muster eight tankers
and more support can be drawn from neighbouring groups.
This takes time, and on a bad day, the CFA cannot be everywhere.
Volunteers are welcome and training is compulsory.
Upon completion, your uniform is issued and you're ready to ride.
Your availability and contribution may be vital.
There is monthly news on Brigade happenings published in the Chronicle.
The Tanker Routines roster ( )shows the schedule for the weekly routines - your chance to gain familiarity with the tanker.
If you don't fancy driving around in the big red truck, there are
plenty of auxillary jobs to be done.
The siren is tested occasionally on Tuesday at 7:30 pm.
Contact Captain Andrew Iseppi on 5148 9339
Last Updated on: Saturday, 10 January 2014 16:51:28