• 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.

 

INFORMATION ON FIRE BANS AND RESTRICTIONS - BRITISH COLUMBIA

INFORMATION ON FIRE BANS AND RESTRICTIONS - ALBERTA

 

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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Since 1969 the Fire Prevention Officers’ Association of British Columbia has been providing fire safety education, training, and network opportunities to the membership of the organization. In almost 50 years we have seen our organization grow to the point where we are now recognized for our expertise, knowledge, and skill-sets by other organizations both inside and outside of the fire service.

Moving forward, my goals as President are to continue to build this reputation recognizing us as the experts when it comes to fire prevention, education, and investigation, not only with our partnering organization but also with the public.  We want to be seen as the collective voice of fire prevention officers across all of British Columbia.

We are excited to look for new partnerships and opportunities with other like-minded organizations to reduced injury, the loss of life and property throughout BC. I will also strive to continue to ensure our membership receives the training, and networking opportunities needed to be the best that we can be. For those that know me, I am a man of few words. I like to have my actions speak for me.

 

Gayanne Pacholzuk, President
Fire Prevention Officers’ Association of BC