1st Annual Emergency Services Event
Members of Flourtown Fire Company, Oreland Fire Company, Wyndmoor Hose Company, Springfield Ambulance, and the Springfield Township Police participated in the first annual emergency services event.
FFCO Receives Provident Award for Recruitment and Retention
Flourtown Fire Company was recently recognized for our efforts in the recruitment and retention of new members by the Pennsylvania State Firemen's Association.
Inaugural Emergency Services Event to Replace Open House for Fire Prevention Week
Come on out and learn what our first responders do...
Swift Water Rescue Training
Flourtown Fire Company firefighters honed their swift water resuce skills during a training exercise.
Flourtown Firefighter Receive Firefighter Level I Certification
Flourtown Fire Company member completes 166-hours of training, and receive their State Certification as a Firefighter Level I.
Flourtown Firefighters Receive Firefighter Level I Certification
Flourtown Fire Company members complete 166-hours of training, and receive their State Certification as a Firefighter Level I.
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On Saturday, October 11th, Flourtown Fire Company organized the first Annual Springfield Township Emergency Services Event. The event was scheduled to promote fire safety week and fire prevention month, which annually is in October. Members of Flourtown Fire Company, Oreland Fire Company, Wyndmoor Hose Company, Springfield Ambulance, and the Springfield Township Police participated in the […]
Flourtown Fire Company was recently recognized for our efforts in the recruitment and retention of new members by the Pennsylvania State Firemen’s Association. The mentoring program was formally adopted by the fire company in 2008, as a result of the efforts of Captain Chris Manning, who has spent countless hours developing, refining, and leading the program […]
This year all the Emergency Services in Springfield Township are coming together to host a combined event to celebrate Fire Prevention Week. Saturday, October 11, 2014 11 AM – 2 PM Flourtown Shopping Center 1842 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown, PA 19031 MORE INFORMATION Come out in support of Fire Prevention Week to the Flourtown Shopping Center! […]
As part of the 2014 Emergency Service Event (see Event post for more information) which will be replacing all the Open House events each fire company in Springfield Township conducted individually, we are asking future firefighters to draw up their best fire escape plans for their homes. Get the family involved and make sure you practice […]
The frequency of water related rescues and flash flooding has been steadily increasing over the past several years. Flourtown Fire Company firefighters honed their swift water resuce skills during a training exercise on the evening of Monday, August 4th that simulated the swift-water rescue of two victims who were overcome by such flooding. As a […]
Homes today are brimming with state-of-the art technology, entertainment and computer equipment. However, when too many lights and appliances are attached to the electrical system, it will overload and then overheat. The heat causes the wire insulation to melt and ignite, resulting in an electrical fire. Please take a moment to view the attached publication provided by the Fire Department, City of New York (FDNY) […]
On Wednesday, October 22nd, Engine-6 was dispatched after the second alarm was struck for a fire at the abandoned clubhouse of the Ashbourne Country Club in Chelteham Township.
It’s important to have enough smoke alarms in your home. Fire research has demonstrated that with today’s modern furnishings, fires can spread much more rapidly than in the past when more natural materials were used. Because of this, having a sufficient number of properly located smoke alarms is essential to maximize the amount of available escape time. For […]
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a gas. It has no odor. CO gas is poisonous. It can make a person feel sick and can be deadly. In the home, heating and cooking devices that burn fuel can be sources of carbon monoxide. CO ALARMS Co Alarms should be installed outside each sleeping area. Install alarms on […]