Office of the Fire Marshal
New Guideline on Fire Safety During Construction of Five and Six Storey Wood Buildings in Ontario
OFMEM Training Session: “What’s Trending: Making Social Media Work for Public Fire Safety Education."
Emergencies can strike anywhere, at any time. That’s why everyone in Ontario is encouraged to be prepared: make a plan, build a kit and stay informed.
Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management Integrated Risk Management Web Tool – a building fire risk assessment tool
To reduce fire risk during a power outage, the Office of the Fire Marshal recommends following the following safety tips: Electrically-connected smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms will not work when the power is out. Homeowners should ensure they have battery-operated smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms to provide early warning of fire and carbon monoxide.