‘PREPARED for Anything’ is the mantra that the Fire and Rescue NSW Nambucca Heads Station adheres to, and the Open Day on Saturday 15 May at the Station demonstrated the preparedness and commitment of the local team.
By mid-morning on Saturday 15 May the Open Day had seen quite a few members of the public pass through the station and gather the available brochures.
Captain Robert Couchman and Deputy Captain Ricky Forbes both said that the station was always willing to open for children to have a look at the equipment, and for people to access fire safety information.
To do this the public is encouraged to phone the Station.
Captain Couchman said it is, “Important to have open dialogue with the community.”
The Station has four fire-fighters available to respond at all times.
Although the station itself may not always have staff present, the community can be safe in the knowledge that there is always a team of responders ready to assist when needed.
According to Captain Couchman, Fire and Rescue NSW is always on the lookout for more firefighters to add to the ranks, especially those that are available for at least three days a week, Monday-Friday.
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