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BECOME A TRAINED AND CREDENTIALED VOLUNTEER FOR YOUR COMMUNITY
Tri-EPIC REPC will be hosting CERT (Citizen Emergency Response Team) Training for any resident of Charlton, Dudley, Oxford, Southbridge, Sturbridge & Webster eho would like to help their Community.
This Training is FREE!
Classes will be held at the Oxford Fire Department, 181 Main St. Oxford, MA 01540Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9 P.M. for approximately 12 weeks beginning on February 11, 2015
Click on the image above or on the "CERT Team" tab at the top of this website for more information.
The Board of Fire Prevention Regulations (BFPR) voted to promulgate a revised fire safety code at their meeting on Thursday, August 7, 2014. The new Massachusetts Comprehensive Fire Safety Code (527 CMR 1.00) will take effect on January 1, 2015. The new code adopts, in large part, the National Fire Prevention Association’s (NFPA) Model Fire Code (NFPA-1- 2012 Edition), with Massachusetts amendments. The new code should result in an improved, more comprehensive fire safety code, using consensus standards recognized throughout the nation
Follow this link to learn more or read the new code --> NFPA-1
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 2015
1 P.M. - 3 P.M. RAIN OR SHINE
FEE: $10.00 CASH ONLY
Town Hall 1st floor
Access by handicap entrance at rear of building.
CATS MUST BE IN CARRIERS - DOGS MUST BE ON LEASHES
BRING PREVIOUS RABIES CERTIFICATE OR YOUR PET WILL RECEIVE A ONE YEAR SHOT
CAT/DOG LICENSES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE
FEES: MALE/FEMALE $10.00 EACH; SPAYED/NEUTERED $6.00 EACH
24 Hour Poison Control Hotline: Call 1-800-222-1222
If the victim has collapsed or is not breathing, call 911 for an ambulance.
Hearing impaired, call 1-888-244-5313.
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Oxford Fire-EMS Department values feedback from the people we serve.
Please take a moment to fill out our customer satisfaction survey based on the service we provided.
Beat the Beep: Replace Aging CO Alarms – They Don’t Last Forever
Carbon monoxide (CO) alarms have been required in nearly every residence since March of 2006. The life expectancy of carbon monoxide alarms is 5-7 years, depending on the alarm manufacturer. Many CO alarms installed after the state’s CO law was passed are now reaching the end of their useful life and need to be replaced. No home appliance lasts forever.
The life of a CO alarm begins once it is first powered up. Most CO alarms have a date of manufacture stamped on them, which can be used as a guide if the activation date was not recorded.
To learn more about your CO alarm, contact your manufacturer for more information.
The Town of Oxford has implemented CODE RED. You can sign up by following the link below,
By signing up you will be able to receive important information via phone, email, and/or text messages.
Are you ready for an emergency?
Follow this link for Ready.gov and learn how you can be prepared.
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Fire Prevention Funds.