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    Water and ice rescue teams have a mission to rescue any person in distress on a body of water.

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    This team of firefighters is called in for backup when victims cannot be evacuated using conventional methods.

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    Heavy rescue teams are specialized in three types of rescue: confined spaces, structural collapse, excavation and trench rescue.

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    The hazardous materials team is trained to detect, control, limit and stabilize spills or leaks of dangerous materials.

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    The following videos present testimonials from residents who received assistance from first responder firefigheters.

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    In this section, you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about firefighter-first responders.

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    Here is a summary of the various types of responses of firefighter first responders in 2012.

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    The role of firefighter-first responders is to offer basic medical care in order to stabilize victims in case of medical emergencies.

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    In order to help children retain Chef's important fire safety tips, offer them small objects bearing his image.

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    Look for the awareness newsletters Le Feu follet and Le Feu follet junior, along with activity sheets and other tools meant to heighten awareness among children.

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    Chief invites you to sing along with him! Come listen to his two favourite songs!

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    Discover the incredible story of Chief!

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    Composed of fire safety students, the brigade visits residents to educate them about smoke alarms.

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    SIM will be offering a series of activities all Fire Prevention Week long to inform Montrealers about the different causes of fires and what they can do to prevent them.

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    In this section, you'll find contact information for utilities, offices, companies and organizations that you will need to contact after a disaster.

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    After a fire, if the home you own is not a total loss and it is safe for you to enter, the fire department recommends these actions.

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    Here are some actions to take and things to consider if a fire should occur.

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    Here is a list of things to do, people and organizations to contact in the first few days after a fire.

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    Here is a list of things to do, people and organizations to contact and precautions to take in the first 24 hours after a fire.

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    Here is a list of things to do immediately after a fire, as well as documents and data to keep close at hand.