Fire and Rescue International annual shutdown for the holiday season
The Fire and Rescue International offices will be closed for the Festive Season from Friday, 16 December 2022 and will reopen on Monday, 9 January 2023.
This is the second last newsletter for this year.
We trust that you have enjoyed this weekly FRI Newsletter during 2022 and we hope that we were able to share useful, interesting and thought-provoking articles as well as some smiles.
We invite all readers, fire, rescue and EMS, to partake in the weekly newsletter by submitting incident reports, interesting views and news with us so we can grow together as an industry. Share your videos/photos and information/reports for inclusion in the newsletter by sending us the YouTube link or the video via WhatsApp to 082 371 0190 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We commend all our first responders working this Festive Season, serving their communities. MUCH RESPECT!
Quote of the week
“I have no ambition in this world but one and that is to be a fireman. The position may, in the eyes of some, appear to be a lowly one; but we who know the work which the fireman has to do believe that his is a noble calling. Our proudest moment is to save lives. Under the impulse of such thoughts, the nobility of the occupation thrills us and stimulates us to deeds of daring, even of supreme sacrifice.” ~ Chief Edward F Croker
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