Fire Won’t Wait. Plan your Escape. – 2022 Fire Prevention Week

October 9 - 15, 2022

Canadian Public Safety Resource Centre

CanOps’ Canadian Public Safety Resource Centre (CPSRC) was established in 2017 to address gaps identified by communities, departments, and governments of all levels, on the subject of public safety education and prevention.

Through developing new public safety education campaigns, sponsorship opportunities, and partnerships with experts in the field, CanOps is able to provide the advantage of low pricing, and the accessibility of national programs and material, to all public safety entities across Canada.

Fire won't wait plan your escape educational banner
Fire Won't Wait Plan your Escape Educational Badge

You can purchase all of your 2022 NFPA Fire Prevention Week – Canadian Edition products, plus much more, online at www.canopsstore.org

Use the link below to access all of the English and French 2022 FPW Social Media banners and cards that you can use in your signature blocks and on your social media platforms to promote Fire Prevention Week.

 https://www.canopsstore.org/pages/social-media-pictures-for-fire-prevention-week

Produced in Canada with the Generous Support of

Fire Prevention Week in a Box Program Partner

A big THANK YOU to Co-operators for partnering with CanOps on piloting the new
‘Fire Prevention Week in a Box’ program in which Co-operators are providing Fire
prevention Week materials to fire departments across the country and actively
supporting their fire and life safety efforts.

https://www.cooperators.ca/

Supporting Local Fire Department, Fire Prevention Week Sponsors

During Fire Prevention Week we have local sponsors that help support the continued education of fire prevention across Canada within their community. We want to give a thank you to all the sponsors that support their communities in this vital endeavour.

Official Canadian Distributor of NFPA Products

 

All CanOps campaigns and products are Canadianized and available in both official languages.

The CPSRC has adapted our publications and translated them based on material published by the National Fire Protection Association (www.nfpa.org}.  Any adaptation or translation from the original is solely our responsibility and therefore NFPA makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any information contained herein.

Contact CanOps If you would like to find out more about the Canadian Public Safety Resource Centre (CPSRC)