Scheme Overview

The Fire Safety Ambassador Scheme is one of the fire safety promotion programmes launched by the Fire Services Department to raise public awareness of fire safety.1

 

Background

Introduced by the Fire Services Department (FSD) in 1997, the Fire Safety Ambassador Scheme aims at training volunteers from all walks of life to become Fire Safety Ambassadors (FSAs) and FSA Trainers to help disseminate fire protection messages in the community.

 

Mission

After receiving basic fire protection training and passing an examination, participants will be appointed as FSAs or FSA Trainers with the following missions:

  • To disseminate fire protection messages to the public.
  • To promote public awareness of fire safety.
  • To help abate or report fire hazards.
Latest Activities
09.12.2018
(Sunday)
2018 North District FSA 1-Day Trip (North District FSA Only)
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21.10.2018
(Sunday)
North District FSA FIre Safety Game Booth
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17.10.2018
(Wednesday)
Southern District FSA Management Committee Activity (Autumn Fire Prevention)
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14.10.2018
(Sunday)
North District FSA Fire Presentation Activity (14.10.2018)
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