Department History
Musquash Fire Rescue has been serving the communities of Chance Harbour, Dipper Harbour, Lepreau, Little Lepreau, Maces Bay, Musquash, and Prince of Wales since January 1, 1987 providing Fire Suppression, Rescue Services and other assistance in times of crisis. Musquash Fire Rescue responds primarily to fire related incidents and motor vehicle accidents, but does, on request provide Medical Assistance to the local ambulance service, Ambulance New Brunswick.

The department started with two fire trucks (originally lime green in colour) and two fire stations. Currently the department's apparatus roster consists of three pumpers, one rescue unit, an all terrain vehicle, two zodiac rescue boats, a Sports Utility Vehicle, and a four wheel drive pick up truck, housed in two expanded stations. All apparatus are red with the exception of Rescue 2 which is black with red and gold striping.

Musquash Fire Rescue is a Local Service District Fire Department. Our approximately 40 members are all volunteer, including the fire chief and deputy chief. The budget is managed by the fire chief and overseen by the Musquash Local Service District Advisory Committee.

Musquash Fire Rescue is a member of several organizations, including:

The History Our Patch
The Current shoulder flash was designed in 1998 with changes made in 2008 which removed "Fire Dept" and replaced with the Canadian flag. Included in the centre of the traditional maltese cross is a map of the Province of New Brunswick. On the map is a nuclear atom and isotopes symbol, representing the close relationship that Musquash Fire Rescue has with Atlantic Canada's only nuclear power station at Point Lepreau, operated by NB Power. In case of an emergency at Point Lepreau, Musquash Fire Rescue is the first department to respond.

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Becoming a member of the Musquash Fire Rescue Department
Are you interested in becoming a member of Musquash Fire Rescue Department? To become a Firefighter, the following is required:
  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Be in good physical condition
  • Be a resident of our coverage area

All training and equipment is provided at no cost. Full Insurance coverage is provided for all fire department sponsored activities including training, emergency calls, social functions, travel to and from the fire station or location of the department sponsored events. Off Duty insurance coverage is available for an nominal charge. To Become an Auxiliary member, all that is required is the desire to help out - with our Canada Day events, social events, or around the fire hall. Full insurance coverage as noted above is also available for active auxiliary members.

Contact us by e-mail or by phone at 506.672.2702 for more information.

Musquash Fire Rescue Personnel

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ID Number
Rank
Member Since
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Anderson, Brad
44
Firefigther
2010
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Ackerson, Jeremy
50
Firefigther
2015
Arseneault, Gilles
42
Captain - Station 1
1985
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Barriault, Peter
51
Firefighter
2010
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Bailey, Brian
59
Firefighter
2016
Belding, Matthew
56
Firefigther
2015
Bent, Deanna
4
FIT
2016
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Boutin, Bill
53
Firefigther
2016
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Burley, Eric
43
Firefigther
2015
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Butler, Joe
34
Firefigther
2015
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Clark, Marcus
40
Firefigther
2015
Cunningham, Shawn
19
Firefighter
2011
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Curtis, Grady
27
Lieutenant
Fire Investigator
1989
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Curtis, Ryan
33
Firefighter
2002
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Dean, Justin
11
Firefigther
2010
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Delaney, Mike
38
Firefigther
2015
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Doyle, Scott
58
Firefigther
2016
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Duff, Sam
26
Firefigther
2015
Enkel, Bruce
6
Captain
Training Officer
1986
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Fairweather, Jonathan
25
Firefighter
2012
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Gaudett, Mark
14
Firefighter
2014
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Hettrick, Stefan
18
Lieutenant - Training
2012
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Hewey, Mac
29
Captain - Station 1
1985
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Humprey, Brad
39
Firefighter
2014
Hurst, Anthony
46
Firefigther
2015
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Lambert, Jack
28
Captain
Training Officer
1988
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Lomax, Derek
12
Firefighter
19XX
Mahar, Adam
49
Captain - Station 2
2011
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Mawhinney, Evan
9
Firefighter
2012
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McDade, Kevin
57
Firefighter
2016
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McKinley, Mike
15
Lieutenant - Training
2004
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Melanson, Jamie
8
Firefighter
1998
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Melanson, Philip  

Deputy Chief

2002
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Mersereau, Micheal
30

District Chief

1998
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Oliver, Doug
55
Firefighter
2006
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Oliver, Mitchell
54
Firefigther
2011
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Oliver, Roxanne
5
FIT
2016
Palmer, Russell
20
Firefighter
2000
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Poirier, Paul
45
Lieutenant
Safety/Equipment Officer
2004
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Pollock, Wayne
Fire Chief
1985
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Robichaud, Linda
16
Captain - Fire Prevention
1985
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Rodgerson, Dan
32
Firefighter
2008
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Russell, James
37
Firefighter
2009
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Russell, Troy
31
Firefighter
1986
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Scouten, Pat
35
Firefigther
2016
Stewart, Jeremy
7
Firefigther
2015
Tremble, Jonah
48
Firefighter
2011
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Van Huissteden, Rosanne
23
Firefigther
2010
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Ward, Craig
36
Lieutenant - Fire Prevention
2009
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Westfield, Kirk
10
Lieutenant
Public Information Officer
2004
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Westfield, Rick
17
Firefighter
1991
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Wilson, Rebecca
52
Firefigther
2015

AUXILIARY MEMBERS

Member Since

Bawn, Kathryn

1988

Burke, Sherry

2006

Curtis, Susan

1991

Enkel, Leona

2002

Lambert, Wendy

1991

MacEachern, June

2008

Mawhinney, Mary Jane

1995

Mersereau, Sue

2002

Palmer, Phyliss

2003

Pollock, Judy

1988

Stevenson, Dale

1988

LIFE MEMBERS

Member Since

Westfield, Jonathan

2002

Ells, Cliff

1993

Galbraith, Neil

1998

Gass, Diane

1985

Gass, Gerald

1985

Robichaud, John

1985

Jonah, Ken

1988

Lomax, Sheldon

1988

Melanson, Dwayne

1996

Sanojca, Andrew

1991

Stevenson, Brian

1985
Memorial
The Memorial section honors those members, active and life members, that left us too soon.

Musquash Fire Rescue Personnel

FireFigther: Steven Thompson
ID: N/A
Rank: Firefigther
Member Since: 1986
Member Status: Life Member
Year of Passing: October 2016
FireFigther: Horst Adam
ID: N/A
Rank: Firefigther
Member Since: 2000
Member Status: Life Member
Year of Passing: March 2016
FireFigther: Greg Dixon
ID: 24
Rank: Captain - Station 2
Member Since: 1986
Member Status: Active
Year of Passing: April 2014
Annual Report
Musquash Fire Rescue Department publishes an Annual Report every year. The Annual Reports are saved as Adobe Acrobat files and can be viewed on-line or saved to youe computer by right clicking the mouse and choosing "Save Target As".

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2006 Annual Report
2005 Annual Report
2004 Annual Report
2003 Annual Report
2002 Annual Report

Fire Stations
Both Fire Stations were built in 1986 to hold two pieces of fire apparatus. Station #1 was expanded to include room for four pieces of apparatus. Expansion to Upstairs (18' x 40' which including new kitchen and wheel chair accessible washroom). Gearing up to become an emergency reception center. Station #2 has had a third bay added to accommodate our mini van. Both stations include offices, training rooms and a workshop. A complete gym was installed at Station #1 in June 2004 for use by all department members. A large meeting room on the upper floor of each station is available for use by the community and features full kitchen facilities. 

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Station 1
Station #1
35 Malcolm Meehan Rd, Musquash
Engine 1
Engine 1
2014 International/MetalFab 1500 g.p.m. tanker/pumper which carries 1000 gallons of water, and is equipped with Class "A" and Class "B" foam system. Placed into service in 2014.
Engine 3
Engine 3
2006 International/Allain 1050 g.p.m. tanker/pumper which carries 1100 gallons of water, and is equipped with Class "A" and Class "B" foam system. Placed into service in 2008.
Rescue 1
Rescue 1
2000 International/Dynamic Fiber Rescue/Equipment vehicle with 18 foot walk in box, diesel engine and automatic transmission.
Rescue 2
Rescue 2
2003 Silverado 2500 HD 4x4 with four door crew cab.
Rescue 4
Rescue 4
2017 Dodge 2500 RAM 4x4 with four door crew cab.
Rescue Boat
Rescue Boat
1999 16' rigid hull Zodiac Cherokee with 50hp four stroke Yamaha outboard motor. Also an eight foot zodiac with 2hp Honda four stroke motor for use in remote areas. 
Side By Side
2014 Can Am Commander 1000 with tracks kit with tandem axle all terrain off road trailer
Station 2
Station #2
1270 Route 790 Hwy, Dipper Harbour
Engine 2
Engine 2
2004 Sterling/Allain Equipment pumper with a 1050 g.p.m. pump, 1200 gallon poly water tank, 25 gallons Class "A" foam, 25 gallons Class "B" foam. Features a 330 hp diesel engine with automatic transmission. Placed into service December 17, 2004.
Rescue 3
Rescue 3
2007 Ford Explorer 4x4 equipped with medical First Responder equipment.
ATV
ATV
1999 Honda 450 four wheel ATV carried on a tandem axle Scott built trailer.

Retired Apparatus

Retired Rescue 1
Rescue 1 - 1987 Ford Cube Van, converted by department members to carry rescue and firefighting equipment. This unit was taken out of service in 2000, after which it went into service with the Pennfield Fire Department.
Retired Engine 2
Engine 2 - 1986 GMC 7000/Metalfab pumper with a 625 g.p.m. pump, 1200 gallon water tank, Robwen Class "A" foam system with 20 gallon Class "A" foam tank. Taken out of service December 17, 2004. Now in service with the Rollingdam Fire Department.
Retired Rescue 2
Rescue 2 - 1995 GMC Silverado 4x4 extended cab pickup. Taken out of service April 2007, sent to government auction.
Retired Engine 1
Engine 1 - 1986 GMC 7000/Metalfab 325 g.p.m. tanker/pumper which carries 1350 gallons of water, and is equipped with a Robwen Class "A" foam system. Taken out of service in 2008.
Retired Rescue 3
Rescue 3 - 1998 Plymouth Voyaager Seven passenger van . Taken out of service in 2010, sent to government auction.
Engine 3
Engine 3 - 1991 GMC Topkick/Metalfab tanker/pumper with a 325 g.p.m. pump and 1350 gallons of water. Taken out of service in 2016

Equipment
Musquash Fire has a wide variety of specialized equipment, including:

  • 3 Bullard Thermal Imaging Camera
  • Heat Gun
  • 3 Mustang Ice Commander suits
  • Ice Rescue Shuttle
  • Res-Q-Jack
  • Gas Monitor
  • 4 GPS
  • Satelite Phone
  • 3 Zoll Defibrillator

Latest Equipment Acquisitions

  • Winter 2016 - 2017 Dodge 2500 RAM 4x4 with four door crew cab.
  • Spring 2016 - Musquash Purchased Loading Pump.
  • Spring 2016 - Musquash received a Bullard T4Xmax Thermal Imaging Camera donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
  • Spring 2015 - Musquash Purchased Loading Pump
  • Spring 2015 - Musquash Purchased 1 sets of Morning Pride Turnout Gear
  • November 2014 - Musquash Purchased 4 4500 MSA 1 hour Air Pack with Communication Device
  • October 2014 - Musquash Purchased 30KW Propane Generator for Station 1
  • Spring 2014 - Musquash Purchased 2 sets of Morning Pride Turnout Gear
  • February 2014 - Musquash Purchased OffRoad Rope Rescue Equipment
  • October 2013 - Musquash Purchased 2014 Can Am Commander 1000 with Snow Tracks
  • October 2013 - Musquash Purchased 2 4500 MSA Bottle
  • April 2013 - Musquash Purchased 3 sets of Morning Pride Turnout Gear
  • February 2013 - Musquash Purchased a GFG G460 Gas Monitor
  • January 2013 - Musquash Purchased 5 sets of Morning Pride Turnout Gear
  • December 2012 - Musquash Purchased Zoll Defibrillator
  • November 2012 - Musquash purchase 2 MSA Firehawk 4500 psi SCBA including 4 (4500psi-1 hour) Bottles and 2 (4500-45 min) Bottles.
  • May 2012 - Musquash received a Bullard T4max Thermal Imaging Camera donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
  • March 2012 - Musquash purchased Homaltro Ram
  • March 2012 -Musquash Received SCOTT RIT Pack donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
  • February 2012 - 2 New Sets of Turnout Gear
  • December 2011Musquash purchased 2 4500 MSA Bottle
  • April 2011 - 3 New Sets of Turnout Gear
  • March 2011 - Musquash purchase a used enclosed trailer
  • November 2010 -Musquash Received new Dolmar Super VC3 Rotary Rescue Saw equipped with a diamond tip blade able to cut any type of material donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
  • April 2010Musquash purchased CutterEdge Ventilation Saw
  • January 2010Musquash purchased 2 4500 SCOTT Bottle
  • January 2010Musquash purchased 2007 Ford Explorer to Replace Rescue 3
  • December 2010Musquash purchased New Laptop,Projector and new WaterProof Digital Camera
  • Fall 2009Musquash purchased 2 new Mustang Ice Commander Suit.
  • February 2009Musquash purchased new Holmatro Extrication Equipment(Spreader, Cutter and pump) with the help from Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
  • February 2009 -Musquash Received new Spined board kit donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
  • January 2009 -Musquash Purchased MARSARS Ice Rescue Shuttle
  • September 2008 -Musquash Purchased Zoll Defibrillator
  • April 2008 -Station #1 received a new International Pumper Truck Pumper Truck
  • April 2008 -Station #1 received a Jordair 6000 psi Cascade System
  • January 2008 - Musquash Purchase 3 4500 MSA Bottle
  • November 2007 - 8 Face Piece Communication System along with 6 new portable Radio
  • August 2007 - 13 HP honda Forrestry pump donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station
  • July 2007 - Satelite High Speed internet system donated by Brian Lordon, a former volunteer
  • July 2007 - 5 New Sets of Extrication Gloves
  • July 2006 - Station 1 has just installed a PlymoVent Vehicle Exhaust Removal System
  • March 2007 - 2 New Sets of Turnout Gear
  • February 2007 - New Shed for Station #1
  • October 2006 - New 2003 Silverado 2500 HD truck which is replacing Rescue 2
  • August 2006 - Station 2 has just installed a Nederman Automatic exhaust extraction system
  • March 2006 - 8 MSA 1 hour SCBA Packs
  • March 2006 - Set of Res-Q-Jack stabilization tools
  • February 2006 - New Computer and Digital Camera
  • February 2006 - 4 New Sets of Turnout Gear
  • January 2006 - Set of air bags provided by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station
  • December 2005 - 9 MSA SCBA air packs donated from the IPP Mills
  • November 2005 - 8 SCBA bottles were donated by Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station
  • November 2005 - 2 New Sets of Turnout Gear
  • September 2005 - 1 New Set of Turnout Gear

Upcoming Equipment

Fire Department Training
All firefighters with Musquash Fire Rescue, at a minimum, are trained as Level I Firefighters with Basic First Aid and CPR. Most firefighters have First Responder training as well. A majority of the department's members have also received training in the following areas: Firefighter Level II, Medical First Responder, Hazmat Awareness, Hazmat Operational, Auto Extrication, Advanced SCBA, Boat Rescue - First Responder, Industrial Firefighting, Fire Apparatus Practices, Low Angle Rope Rescue and Ice Rescue. The department has two Fire Investigators. Musquash Fire Department is one of the host training Departments for both the Orayl & Fundy Associations. With it's 5 certified instructors, training in FF1, FF2, Fire Attack, Pump Apperatus is provided on a regular basis.

Course # Of Personal Course # Of Personal
Level 1 37 Level 2 34
Standard First Aid 35 First Responder 30
Industrial Fire Fighter 3 Fire Attack 30
Fire Apparatus 26 Auto Extrication 36
Hazmat awareness 40 Hazmat Operational 14
Rope Rescue Low Angle 15 Rope Rescue High Angle 8
Ice Rescue 31 Boat Rescue 21
Defence driving 19 Traffic Flagging 16
Fire Arson Invest 1 3 Fire Arson Invest 2&3 2
Advance SCBA 8 Coast Guard Aux 9
Fire Command 11 Fire Instructor 7
Driving Instructor 3 OH&S 16
WHMIS 19 Incident Command 1
VIP 10 Air Brake 28
Industrial Fire Training 42 V.F.I.S Driving Training 21
Dealing with Media in Time of Crisis 1

Weekly Recurrent Training
To keep firefighters current with training and SOP's Musquash Fire Rescue offers the following training on Monday nights:

Fire Attack Radio
Defensive Driving Training Incident Command
EMS Trauma Air Tools and Air Bags
Auto Extrication Pumper Course
2 Thermal Imaging and Heat Gun SCBA
Ropes Boat
Ice Rescue Ventilation
Ladders Hazardous Material
Rapid Intervention Team EMS Medical
Wild Land Forestry Search & Rescue
Mass Casualty Incident Management System

Latest Training

  • May 2016 1 Members from Musquash has completed the EFF Wild Land Course from the Department of Naturel Resources.
  • November 2015 2 Members from Musquash has completed the off Road Rescue Course in St-George.
  • October 2015 6 Members from Musquash attended Live Burn Trailer Trainning in St-George.
  • June 2015 - Musquash has completed joint training with Point Lepreau Response Team and the Saint John Fire Department.
  • November 2014 Musquash has completed a Firefighter 1 course which included 4 from Musquash.
  • September 2014 2 Members from Musquash attended Coast Guard Training exercise in Darmouth Nova Scotia.
  • June 2 2014 12 Members from Musquash has completed a Fire Attack Course
  • February 23 2014 3 Members from Musquash has completed Ice Rescue course in Grand Bay Westfield
  • February 2014 5 Members from Musquash has completed the Red Cross Medical First Reponder Course
  • September 2013 24 Members including 16 from Musquash has completed the Off Road Rescue course.
  • April 2013 4 Members from Musquash has completed the EFF Wild Land Course from the Department of Naturel Resources.
  • Octobre 2012 Musquash has completed a Firefighter 2 course which included 5 from Musquash and 7 from other departments.
  • July 2012 6 Members from Musquash has completed the Red Cross Medical First Reponder Course
  • June 2012 Musquash has completed a Firefighter 1 course which included 7 from Musquash.
  • February 2012 6 Members from Musquash has completed the Red Cross Medical First Reponder Course
  • December 2011 16 Members from Musquash has completed the Basic Off Road Rescue Course
  • Fall 2011 Musquash has completed an Extrication Course which included firefigthers from Musquash, St-George and Kinston Peninsula
  • September 2011 - 16 Firefighters attended workshops in Miramichi that consisted of Reading The Fire Building, Extrication, Bus Extrication, High Angle Rescue, Thermal Imaging, Safety, Flash Over Simulator, Class A Foam, New Car Technology, How to Conduct a Live Burn Safely,Incident Command System I-200, Advance Pump Operation and Defensive Driving . Musquash had 4 firefighters teaching a Boat Rescue Course, one teaching Emergency Scene Traffic Safety and one assistant Teacher for Basic Pump Operations.
  • Spring 2011 Musquash hosted at Point Lepreau at the training ground for Workshops including Fundy, Royal and Capital association.
  • Winter 2011 Musquash has Completed a Firefigther 2 course.
  • Fall 2010 - Musquash has completed joint training with Point Lepreau Response Team and the Saint John Fire Department.
  • September 2010 - 16 Firefighters attended workshops in Miramichi that consisted of Fire Scene Command, Reading The Fire Building, Extrication, Vehicle Stabalization Practical Thermal Imaging, Basic SCBA, Flash Over Simulator, Interior Fire Attack, New Car Technology, How to Conduct a Live Burn Safely,Incident Command System I-100, Mayday, Advance Pump Operation and Defensive Driving . Musquash had 4 firefighters teaching a Boat Rescue Course, one teaching Emergency Scene Traffic Safety and one assistant Teacher for Basic Pump Operations.
  • Spring 2010 Musquash has Completed a Firefigther 1 course.
  • Spring 2010 2 Musquash Firefigther completed the Auto Extrication Course
  • Fall 2009 - Musquash has completed joint training with Point Lepreau Response Team and the Saint John Fire Department.
  • Fall 2009 - Musquash provided a Fire Attack course in Oak Bay including 4 firefigther
  • October 2009 - 4 Firefighters attended Boat Handling Training in Oromocto with Oromocto Fire Department
  • September 2009 - 10 Firefighters attended workshops in Miramichi that consisted of Fire Ground Strategies for Incident Commanders, Reading The Fire Building, Extrication Scene Management and Practical Thermal Imaging, Basic SCBA, Flash Over Simulator, . Musquash had 4 firefighters teaching a Boat Rescue Course, one teaching Emergency Scene Traffic Safety and one assistant Teacher for Basic Pump Operations.
  • May 30, 2009 - Musquash hosted at Point Lepreau at the training ground for Workshops including Fundy, Royal and Capital association.
  • Winter 2009 - Musquash has Completed a Firefigther 1 course. Departments included Musquash, Pennfield and St-George
  • April 4, 2009 - Musquash and Oak Bay participated in Ice Rescue trainning in Oak Bay.
  • February 7 2009 - 3 Firefigthers completed the Ice Rescue Course in Grand Bay-Westfield
  • November 2008 - 1 Firefigther completed the Auto Extrication Course
  • September 2008 - 9 Firefighters attended workshops in Miramichi that consisted of Incident Command, vehicle stabilization, Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS) session, Live Burn Safety, RIT, Auto Extrication, Pumping and Drafting, Command Tactics, Spill Control, CAFS, Incident Command System I-100 and Live Burn Safety. Musquash had 4 firefighters teaching a Boat Rescue Course.
  • Summer 2008 - Firefighters have been training with the Coast Guard, Grand Bay-Westfield Fire Department, Sussex Fire Department on water rescue which included training on the Saint John River and class room.
  • Winter 2008 - 3 Members of Musquash Fire have completed Train the Trainer Course
  • March 2008 - Musquash, Saint John and Point Lepreau Response Team has attented command training in Musquash.
  • January - March, 2008 - Musquash hosted a Level 2 course.
  • November 24, 2007 - Musquash has attented a day of training at Point Lepreau Generating Station.
  • October- November 2007 - Musquash has completed joint training with Point Lepreau Response Team and the Saint John Fire Department.
  • September 2007 - 1 Firefigther attended the Coast Guard Auxilary Competition on Madeleine Island.
  • September 2007 - 11 Firefighters attended workshops in Miramichi that consisted of Incident Command, Live Burn Safety, Bus Extrication, Pumping and Drafting, Flash Over, Calling Mayday, Ventilation, Warehouse Search, Safety Officer, Hazmat and Thermal Imaging. Musquash had 4 firefighters teaching a Boat Rescue Course.
  • May 31, 2007 - 3 new recruits completed a Firefighter 1 course. Attending department's were Blacks Harbour, Pennfield, St. George, Grand Bay, Rothesay and Hampton.
  • April 14, 2007 - Live burn in Lepreau. Pennfield also attend this training day.
  • November, 2006 - Fire Attack training in the fire tower at Point Lepreau Generating Station
  • October- November, 2006 - Musquash attended joint training with Point Lepreau Response Team and the Saint John Fire Department.
  • October 2006 - 2 Firefighters attended the Coast Guard Auxiliary course.
  • September 2006 - Attended an Industrial Firefighter course at Point Lepreau.
  • September 2006 - 8 Firefighters attended workshops in Miramichi that consisted of Advance SCBA, Flash Over, Calling Mayday, Ventilation, Warehouse Search, Safety Officer and Thermal Imaging. Musquash had 4 firefighters teaching a Boat Rescue Course.
  • Summer, 2006 - Completed a Hazardous Material Operational Level course. 20 Firefighter attended the course including 5 from Musquash. Other Department were from Simmonds, Rothesay, Fundy Bay, Blacks Harbour, Pennfield, Simmonds and Welsford.
  • May, 2006 - Musquash attended a training event of workshops in Pennfield.
  • April, 2006 - 22 Firefighter attended an Auto Extrication course, the course including 8 from Musquash. Other departments were from Grand Bay, Pennfield, Simmonds, Blacks Harbour and Fundy Bay.
  • March 2006 - 8 Musquash Firefighters completed First Responder course.
  • January- February, 2006 - Musquash hosted a Level 2 course.

Upcoming Training

     

Type of Call 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
01 - Structure Fire 0 5 2 2 2 8 3 3 4 3 1 1 7 8 4 1
02 - Chimney Fire 3 1 2 3 3 4 5 2 0 1 2 2 1 2 3 2
03 - Vehicle Fire 0 4 2 1 6 2 2 1 3 4 2 3 2 4 3 0
04 - Grass, Brush, or Rubbish Fire 7 5 3 5 14 14 11 7 12 8 9 10 2 5 9 0
05 - MVC - Highway 1 - Extrication 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 0
06 - MVC - Other Highway - Extrication 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0
07 - MVC - Highway 1 - No Extrication 6 11 12 9 9 12 12 9 15 7 9 8 13 9 14 2
08 - MVC - Other Highway - No Extrication 3 4 13 4 6 5 5 5 9 2 7 7 4 6 6 0
09 - Gasoline or Other Haz Mat Spill 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
10 - Fire Alarm Activated 6 12 9 9 12 15 13 17 9 4 1 12 4 7 3 0
11 - Medical Assistance, First Responder 5 2 0 1 12 1 1 4 1 2 4 2 0 3 6 0
12 - Ambulance Assistance 2 0 3 6 3 5 8 4 6 4 3 0 5 3 5 0
13 - Water or Ice Rescue 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0
13A - Rescue Boat Response 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0
14 - Other Rescue - Not Motor Vehicle 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0
15 - Mutual Aid Response 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 7 3 5 3 0
16 - False Alarm - Good Intent 3 1 2 3 3 5 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 2 0 0
17 - False Alarm - Malicious 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 - Other 3 9 3 7 6 5 7 4 4 4 4 8 14 3 4 2
Total 45 57 41 54 79 79 70 64 69 44 48 66 59 59 63 7