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- National Fire Protection Association
- Roswell - Alpharetta Public Safety Training Center
- USFA - Fire Prevention
- U.S. Fire Administration
National Night Out is underway at Roswell City Hall. The event runs until 9:00 PM. Join us!
While many people enjoyed the recreational opportunities Chattahoochee River offers, Roswell Fire, Sandy Springs Fire, and Johns Creek Fire Departments participated in a multi-agency drill on the river. Exercises included search and rescue and victim recovery efforts. One of the main goals is to determine strengths and weaknesses while working jointly within an incident. Drills such as this aid in actual emergency incidents by helping us understand each other's equipment, personnel, practices, policies, resources, and communications capabilities. The exercises continue today and Friday.
The Roswell Fire Department will be hosting a multi-agency water rescue drill between the hours of 1300 and 1700 today through Friday. The drill will be conducted at the Chattahoochee River. These drills are done in an effort to assure efficient operations between agencies in the event of flash floods or water related emergencies.
Fire Chief Ricky Burnette was pleased to host the July meeting of the Metro Fire Association of Atlanta at Roswell Fire Station 4. The Executive Board of the organization had expressed a desire to tour the new facility. Battalion Chief Rogers lead the group on a tour of the station and Fire Chief Burnette provided an update on the events within Roswell Fire Department prior to their meeting.