TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1
An emergency situation can occur quickly. Are you ready to act instantly? Ontario and Canadian governments provide information that allows citizens to prepare for an emergency that may extend up to 72 hours.
BUILD AN EMERGENCY SURVIVAL KIT
Your emergency survival kit should have everything you and your family would need to be safe and take care of yourselves for at least three days immediately following an emergency.
POWER OUTAGE SAFETY TIPS
Visit the Hearst Power Distribution web page for more information: Be prepared: Have a power out plan: Power Outage Plan ‐ Be Prepared!
CLEAR SNOW AND ICE FROM VENTS AND GAS METERS
- Heavy or hard-packed snow and ice on the meter or exhaust vent can present a safety hazard for your home.
- For any questions about the security related to natural gas, click on the following link : Gas Safety
HEARST EMERGENCY PLAN
HEARST AND MATTICE – VAL CÔTÉ COMMUNITY SAFETY AND WELL-BEING PLAN
Click here to read the report.
CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS
Carbon Monoxide Alarms are required in Homes. BEAT THE SILENT KILLER: Prevent CO in your Home.
MAKE A PERSONAL PLAN
In an emergency, your family may not be together, or you may be asked to evacuate your home. Thinking about what you would do in different situations and preparing a plan with every member of your family is the first step to being prepared. Click on the following link: Make a plan
AREA COVERED BY HEARST FIRE DEPARTMENT IS TOWN LIMITS
INFO: Jean-Marc St-Amour, Fire Chief 705-372-2822
Jean-Michel Chabot, Fire Prevention Officer: 705-372-2822