Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept

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Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept
Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept is listed in the Fire Protection Services category in Artesia, New Mexico. Displayed below are the social networks for Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept is:
26 E Atoka Rd
Artesia, NM 88210
(575) 746-9562

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Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Atoka Volunteer Fire Dept has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Artesia, New Mexico is 33 and in the Fire Protection Services category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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See statement from U.S. Fire Administrator Keith Bryant on the passing of Chief Alan Brunacini. facebook.com/usfire/posts/6…

Statement from U.S. Fire Administrator Keith Bryant on the passing of Chief Alan Brunacini: “The U.S. Fire Administration joins the greater fire service in mourning the loss and celebrating the life of Chief Alan Brunacini. We offer our heartfelt sympathy to the Brunacini family and the Phoenix Fire Department, who so unselfishly shared the life of Chief Brunacini with the American fire service family. There is no way to measure the positive influence Chief Brunacini had on virtually every aspect of fire and emergency services. There is absolutely no debate American citizens are safer and better protected because of his influence, nor can it be argued that firefighters are safer and better trained and educated to serve the human needs of their communities because of his efforts throughout his career and life. Perhaps Chief Brunacini's most lasting legacy will be his ability to connect with everyone he encountered with his genuine wisdom and wit. In this day of decreased civility, his example and leadership will live on in the fire service as we all learned from him to "be nice" to each other and those we serve.” -- U.S. Fire Administrator Keith Bryant

Keep the paths to your exits clear and always know two ways out! #FirePreventionWeek

October 15 is right around the corner! Are you ready to submit your application for your next (or maybe your first) NFA class? Applications are accepted October 15 – December 15 for classes scheduled for April 1 – September 30, 2018. See what’s available and find out how to submit your application at: https://go.usa.gov/xnaYv Tag a peer who keeps saying ‘I’m going to apply next time!’
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This week’s Coffee Break Bulletin discusses the importance of pilot testing your community risk reduction program. Don’t miss it! https://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/coffee_break/101017.html Please share this bulletin with colleagues!
This Coffee Break Bulletin explains how pilot testing community risk reduction programs aids in program start-up success and sustainability. http://bit.ly/2ye5xLX

When fire strikes, deadly smoke can fill your home within minutes. That's why we want you to plan and practice home fire drills. Watch this 30 second video for life-saving tips on how to make a home fire escape plan. #FirePreventionWeek