Overstrand firefighters have been hard at work during the last few months preparing for the 2018 summer fire season, which usually starts in November.
An integrated fire awareness campaign will kick-start the season on 12 October to implement fire wise principles for protecting people and property and to teach communities about the dangers of fire and what to do in the event of a fire.
Fire is, after all, EVERYone’s fight.
Residents are asked to be vigilant – particularly during dry, windy days and to report fires immediately so that help can be dispatched as soon as possible.
In case of an emergency please contact Overstrand Fire, Rescue & Disaster Management on 028 312 2400.
Be sure to save the number on your cell phone and to teach it to your children!
Any emergency and/or distress call regarding drowning or accidents or fires can be reported to the Municipality’s 24-hour Emergency only number on 028 312 2400. Alternatively, phone Hermanus Police 028 313 5300, Gansbaai Police 028 384 0201, Stanford Police 028 341 0601 or Kleinmond Police 028 271 8200
- General enquiries: contact Overstrand’s Control Room on 028 313 8000
- 028 313 8111 for emergencies relating to municipal infrastructure (burst water pipes, stolen taps or vandalised electrical cables).
|Day to day law enforcement complaints:||028 313 8996|
|NSRI:||082 990 5967|
|EMR private ambulance:||076 585 0899|
|Provincial ambulance:|| 028 312 3219
LET’S TALK ABOUT FIRES AND FIRE PREVENTION. Pictured here are some of the fire fighters on duty Nashwa Booysen (left), Justin Brussels, Gino Gillion, Elroy Geldenhuys, Shane Booysen, Ebriam Isaacs, Tyrol Mackenzie, Lorenzo Philander.