Bureau of Fire Protection - Mabalacat Conducts "Fire Prevention Awareness and Seminar" with MCC Student-Leaders

September 03, 2021

September 3, 2021 - The Bureau of Fire Protection - Mabalacat in coordination with Mabalacat City College conducted its webinar on Fire Prevention Awareness via Microsoft Teams with student-leaders from different institutes of the College. 

Fire Officer (FO) 1 Francis Carlo D. Cayanan highlighted the importance of  Fire Safety Standards. He said that "The Bureau of Fire Protection is committed to prevent and suppress destructive fires. We are enforcing the fire code and other related laws to ensure public safety".

"It is important to know the ways we can extinguish a fire. As students, we can seek the guidance of the elders in suppressing different fires”, he further added.

Subsequently, Senior Fire Officer (SFO) Joel Soriano discussed the importance of the Fire Evacuation Plan in every place.

"In our community, it is important to know the basic principles of identifying the ways on how to prevent and control a fire. We can seek assistance through the nearest fire station in our barangay", he added.

Student-leaders actively engaged themselves in asking questions about fire safety and fire prevention. This is a clear indication of learning in the academic community through awareness.

Dr. Michelle Aguilar-Ong, the College President, stated that MCC supports the advocacy of the Bureau of Fire Protection. MCC plans to spread awareness on Fire Safety in the community it serves.

MCC values the importance of student-engagement in proper training on fire control, hazards, and readiness for a fire-free community.

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