Ethanol continues to pose risks and challenges to our communities. One of the training programs advertised this month is our newly developed “Ethanol Risks and Challenges for Community Leaders.” The goal of this three (3) hour program is to provide elected and appointed officials with the information that they need to support the new challenges posed by the transportation and storage of ethanol. I would encourage you to share this information with your officials and encourage them to attend with you.
Also in this month’s issue you will find an advisory on BBRS Interpretation regarding egress requirements involving restaurant or nightclub occupancies and outdoor deck seating arrangements. Upcoming trainings also include Quarterly Fire Prevention Training, From Trauma to Addictions, Effective Intervention: Connecting with the Community, Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention and the National Fire Academy Winter Weekend at the Department of Fire Services.
In addition, the November DFS Briefs contains public safety information on holiday fire safety and the Massachusetts Peer Support Network.
Please be sure to avail yourself to all of the important information contained in the November DFS Briefs.
National Fire Academy Winter Weekend at DFS file size 1MB
Public Education Information
Print all DFS Briefs for November 2012 file size 2MB