- Emergency & Protective Services
- Warman Fire Rescue
Warman Fire Rescue
The Warman Volunteer Fire Department (WFR) provides fire protection and suppression service as well as rescue service for Warman and the surrounding rural area in the RM of Corman Park in proximity to Warman. The department also responds to medical emergencies in the area, providing first responder service in conjunction with MD Ambulance and the Saskatoon Health Region.
The WFR team consists of 28 volunteer members and one full time fire chief. All members have completed NFPA 1001 level two firefighter qualification training and are certified provincially or nationally. For medical training, members are trained to a minimum level of First Responder, but some are EMT/PCP/Paramedics.
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Warman Fire Rescue is hiring new recruits!
If you are community-minded and looking for a challenging opportunity to give back, this may be for you!
To view the complete requirements for the position, click here >> Warman Fire Rescue is Hiring!
For more information please contact Fire Chief Russ Austin at email@example.com. Drop your resumes off at City Hall before October 20, 2021!
Training is provided.
In the Community
Warman Fire Rescue is proud to be a part of and give back to the community of Warman. They host a number of events each year, including open houses with free breakfasts in the fall and spring, regular sponsorship of blood donor clinics in Warman, a free BBQ each fall, as well as an annual bicycle helmet safety program, which has been administered in the community for a number of years. Warman Fire Rescue also hosts a fall protective services "Dine & Dance," during which police, fire, EMS and military personnel don their dress uniforms and spend a fun evening with the people of Warman.
Whether it's standing by at a football game or helping out at a local event, members of Warman Fire Rescue will be there to show off community pride.
Warman Fire Department
Warman, SK S0K 4S0
Ph: (306) 931-3158
Fax: (306) 933-1987
FOR EMERGENCIES PLEASE CALL 911