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 training

 Eastern Cape FRAPS training

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

We will re-open on 02 January 2019. 

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

merry xmas and happy new year

The latest fire statistic data provided by the SA municipalities and analysed by the FPASA reveals the following:

  • For the 2016/2017 municipal reporting period, there were 5283 informal dwelling fires recorded by municipalities and reported to the FPASA.
  • The value of this loss equates to R179 513 324 – reported by the municipalities across SA.
  • From the period 2007 to present– the financial losses incurred in informal dwellings has been increasing year-on-year consistently, with the current reporting period reflecting the highest financial losses to date.

The FPASA is the only Association in Africa that offers the aforementioned Diploma in Fire Prevention and Advanced Fire Prevention.

Download the info pack here to learn more.

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Jeeten Nathoo, Chief Technology Engineer, of Nuwater Global explained the process of desalination in depth. He covered aspects of osmosis, reverse osmosis, and emerging technologies, as well as an energy comparison between desalination versus traditional water treatment. Download the full presentation here.

Jeeten

Colin Deiner, Head of the Provincial Disaster Managerment Centre in the Western Cape, explains the Western Cape fire-fighting strategy in the current water scarce climate. Wildfire response, recent fire disasters and learnings from Imizamo Yethu, the Swartland Hospital fire, and the Garden Route fire, as well as general strategic response and incident management. 

Download the full presentation here.

Collin Deiner

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