Community members left positive after fire safety workshop

10 March, 2016

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Community members left positive after fire safety workshop

10 Mar,2016Fire Awareness

The Western Cape Community Fire Awareness Officer, Rayganah Rhoda, recently hosted a Fire Safe Workshop in Dunoon.

The community gathered in the effort to reduce the fire risks in their community as it is filled with combustible material. Rhoda covered various topics such as a Fire Management Plan, Risk Assessment and how to implement a Risk Reduction Campaign within the Dunoon community.

“It is important that we teach as many community members how to be fire safe as this could have a positive impact within their community as well as mitigate the risk of unwanted fires,” said Rhoda.

Community members from Dunoon were thankful for receiving the workshop and left the room feeling motivated to spread the word to fellow community members as well as clear the combustible material within their community.

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