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RFPD Spring 2018 Newsletter

April 5, 2018

Click here for a PDF version of our Spring 2018 newsletter.

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Fire Ground Survival Training

April 5, 2018

In the fire service, firefighters must be ready for anything and everything — you never know what the next call will be.

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Community Outreach Program

April 5, 2018

We are pleased to announce the Robertson Fire Protection District (RFPD) Community Outreach Program, designed to bring interested residents a better understanding of what our firefighters might be called to do at a moment’s notice. We are looking for RFPD residents interested in experiencing supervised simulations that might include vehicle extrications,…

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2018 RFPD Family Movie Nights

April 5, 2018

Robertson Fire Protection District (RFPD) Family Movie Night is back!

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RFPD Firefighters on USAR Team

April 5, 2018

The Robertson Fire Protection District (RFPD) is proud to announce that two of its members, Captain Jeff Rudloff and Private Eric Bethel, have been accepted onto the Missouri Task Force 1 Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Team. This is quite an honor to be accepted on this prestigious task force…

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Learn CPR, Save Lives

April 5, 2018

The Robertson Fire Protection District (RFPD) will be hosting FREE American Heart Association “Heartsaver” CPR classes for District residents.

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RFPD Offers Free Smoke Detector Checks

April 5, 2018

Did you know that your Robertson Fire Protection District firefighters will come to your house to check your smoke detectors for you?

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The Future Of Your Robertson Fire Protection District

March 27, 2018

For more than 70 years we have proudly served our community by providing quality fire, rescue, and emergency medical services. We will continue to do so despite the efforts by the leadership of the City of Hazelwood. The City of Hazelwood is currently withholding a payment of more than $3…

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Car Seat Installation

February 23, 2017

If you need assistance installing your child’s safety seat, the Richmond Department of Fire and Emergency Services wants to help. Personnel at three of our fire stations are specially trained and will be glad to see that your seat is properly installed. The following are safety tips you should consider:…

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Using a Fire Extinguisher

December 4, 2016

Be prepared for any accidents by having fire extinguishers strategically placed around your house. You should have at least one extinguisher on each floor and one in the kitchen (this one should be an all-purpose extinguisher, meaning it can be used on grease and electrical fires), and one in the…

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Do you know how to get out of the home in case of fire?

December 4, 2016

Plan your Escape Route in case of a fire before you need to use it! Planned escape routes are a necessity, especially if a fire were to occur during the night. Go through each room in your house and think about the possible exits. You should have in your mind…

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Preventing Fire

December 4, 2016

Of course the best way to practice Fire Safety is to prevent fires from occurring in the first place. Start by keeping these tips in mind: -Check that all electrical appliances, cords and outlets are in good working condition. -Are your electrical appliances in good condition, without loose or frayed…

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Smoke Detectors

December 4, 2016

Change the batteries in your Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors twice a year when you change your clocks for daylight savings time. It’s a fact that having a smoke alarm in the house cuts your risk of dying in a fire in half. Almost 60% of all fatal residential fires…

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