Accidents can happen!
The Hebron Fire Protection District can prepare your company for when they do.
The Hebron Fire Protection District is a partnering affiliate dedicated to delivering superior instructional programs with a cost and service advantage. Programs foster a learning process that advances the well-being of organizations and individuals.
Hebron Fire Protection District
“Your Local Training Center”
First Aid (Adult, Child, Universal)
American Safety & Health Institute
All of the programs offered by HFPD are taught through the American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI). The institute works with a large and renown national network of safety and health experts to provide technical, curricula and regulatory consultation on program development and ongoing updates.
The institute affiliates with recognized organizations to include:
How To Contact The Hebron Fire Protection District
For more information on programs offered by the Hebron Fire Protection District, please contact us at:
Hebron Fire Protection District
Captain Tony Scheben, EMS Coordinator- firstname.lastname@example.org
FF/EMT Alex Reisenbeck, Public Education email@example.com
AO Mike Fronimos, Community Relations Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Our office hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
How Safe Is Your Home?
Each year, over 4,000 Americans perish and more than 20,000 others suffer serious injuries because of residential fires.
Dear Valued Citizen:
Please take a few moments to complete a self-inspection checklist. While some items might not apply to your household, any items you answer "NO" could represent a potential hazard in your home that should be corrected. If you answer "YES" to all of the items, we congratulate you on your personal fire prevention efforts!
Thank you for your time and for your interest in fire safety.
A properly maintained smoke alarm will work forever, right? Not so fast!
IT’S A FACT: All hardwired or battery-operated smoke alarms, installed before July 2000, should be replaced now!
A smoke alarm’s lifespan is 10 years, which means any smoke alarm installed before May 2000 is too old and needs to be replaced. The smoke alarm is no longer reliable. Part of smoke alarm maintenance includes knowing when to replace the unit. The few minutes it takes to replace a smoke alarm can save the lives of roommates, family members, neighbors and firefighters.
More than 3,000 people die in home fires each year, and the majority of them have no working smoke alarms. To prevent these deaths, the United States Fire Administration (USFA) is sponsoring the nationwide Install. Inspect. Protect. Campaign, which emphasizes that “Smoke Alarms Save Lives.”
The USFA offers a few helpful tips on smoke alarms:
Homeowners, landlords and renters should check to verify exactly when each smoke alarm in the home was installed. If any smoke alarm was installed before May 2000, now is the time to have it replaced.
For more smoke alarm information, including powerful radio and video public service announcements go to www.usfa.dhs.gov/campaigns/smokealarms.
Check out these safety websites!
On October 8, 2009 Engine 351 visited preschoolers at Goodridge Elementary School for Fire Prevention Week 2009. The children were taught lessons on fire safety and shown the apparatus.
On March 20, 2008 Engine 352 and Squad 364 visited Goodridge Elementary for "Career Day". Children from the school learned about fire safety and got to look at the apparatus.
Fire destroys more property and claims more lives annually than any natural disaster. It is also the most preventable disaster. Please help us reduce the senseless loss of property and lives in our community by making a conscious effort to maintain a home free of fire hazards. Share this information with relatives and friends. Remember, fire prevention begins with education. Should you have any questions regarding fire safety, or want more information on any of these topics, please call our Public Education and Community Relations Division at (859) 586-9009 or e-mail us.
2001 Hebron Fire Protection District, Boone County, KY