• FPOABC is dedicated to the prevention of fire and the reduction of it's impact on the population and economy and the communities they represent.

  • FPOABC is dedicated to the prevention of fire and the reduction of it's impact on the population and economy and the communities they represent.

  • FPOABC is dedicated to the prevention of fire and the reduction of it's impact on the population and economy and the communities they represent.

  • FPOABC is dedicated to the prevention of fire and the reduction of it's impact on the population and economy and the communities they represent.

 
 
 

The FPOABC is recognized as a caring leader and innovator in promoting fire and life safety concepts within their member's communities. The FPOABC is committed to be front an centre in the development and delivery of achievable, manageable and realistic training for it’s members and their communities.

The FPOABC is working on development further courses that will be accreditted offering it's members the best value and highest standard in training in different categories or levels. As each community differs in a number of ways (e.g. geographic, volunteer/composite/paid, manpower and fire fighting equipment resources, technical needs, etc.) the certification development will be suitable, practical and realistic to the specific needs of the members.

 

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The Fire Prevention Officers Association of BC in partnership with the Online Learning Centre is please to offer the only online:

NFPA 1031 Level 1 and NFPA 1033 

For more information please contact us at 250-716-9103

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Research regarding fire investigator health and safety, and the resulting practices changes, have not kept pace with that of fire fighters and, while some information can be brought from the fire fighter environment to that of the fire investigator, some cannot.  In 2016 the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI) re-established its Health and Safety Committee with a mission "to promote health and safety knowledge, awareness, discussion, and actin among members of the IAAI, its chapters, and the fire investigation community in general."  One of the first steps in this process was to conduct a benchmark survey to determine the current state of knowledge, awareness and practices.  

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