Community members educated about fire prevention in Hazyview Mpumalanga

10 March, 2016

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Community members educated about fire prevention in Hazyview Mpumalanga

10 Mar,2016Fire Awareness

The Community Fire Awareness Training Officer from Working on Fire, Mbuso Siwela, recently conducted a Fire Safe Workshop at Imbokodo Multi Purpose Centre.

During the workshop Siwela educated the care givers about the dangers of fires and how to prevent and manage unwanted fires in their communities.

“Fires can be prevented but it all should start with all of us, to love and protect our environment,” said Siwela.

Siwela continued to say that fire safe workshops are very important as they provide an understanding about fires and prevention.

Siwela al so conducted a risk assessment and fire management plan for the centre.

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