Remember to diarise 23 May 2018! 

The Annual FPASA InFIReS Seminar will be rolled out and there is a highly specialised panel of experts who will be engaging with the audience to unpack the impact of water scarcity on fire-fighting and automatic fire protection systems. Heavy weights extend to, but are not limited by, Collin Deiner (Western Cape PDMC Head), Lenny Naidoo (Chief Fire Officer, Engen), Dr. Moses Khangale (Senior Manager, NDMC) to name but a few! This is a great information sharing opportunity for insurers, fire safety specialists and anyone involved with fire on a daily basis. 

 InFIReS 2018 programme - download here

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    This year the FPASA wanted to honour women in the Fire and Emergency Services as they truly are our unsung heroes. Women, and men, risk their lives every day for our safety and wellbeing, however women experience discrimination and a host of other historical issues which are now being addressed on a national level. The National Disaster Management team, primarily Dr. Moses Khangale and Mr. Lloyd Phetu, acknowledge the significant contribution of women in fire emergency services and together with the FPASA wanted to pay tribute to women who inspire us every day. 

    Renay Sewpersad, MD FPASA, delivering the opening address at the 2018 FPASA/NDMC Womens Day event. 

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  • Fire Risk Assessment and Prevention Strategies: Free training to the neediest municipalities

    This year the FPASA embarked on an ambitious strategy to empower all Fire Departments nationally.

    The FPASA trained over 225 firefighters (a minimum of 25 from each of the 9 provinces) in South Africa on Fire Risk Assessment and Prevention Strategies (FRAPS) free of charge.

     Eastern Cape FRAPS training

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  • Annual December 2018/2019 Break

    The FPASA will be closed between 24 December 2018 and 04 January 2019.

    We will re-open on 07 January 2019. 

    Have a blessed and safe festive season, from the FPASA family