DILG, BFP give financial assistance to injured Fire Volunteer






DILG Secretary Mel Senen Sarmiento gave financial assistance to Fire Volunteer Manuel Claudio of Barangay Galas Volunteer Fire Brigade who lost consciousness and suffered first-degree burn while combatting the blaze that occurred last October 22 (Thursday) in Barangay Tatalon, Quezon City that left about 375 families homeless. The fire started at around 7 p.m. and continue reading : DILG, BFP give financial assistance to injured Fire Volunteer

P-Noy Promotes 4 New BFP Generals






President Benigno S Aquino III has approved the promotion of four (4) Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) officials into Chief Superintendent, equivalent rank of one-star General in the Military. Fire Chief Superintendent Bobby V Baruelo the current BFP Deputy Chief for Operations became one-star General in a joint BFP and BJMP Pinning of Ranks and continue reading : P-Noy Promotes 4 New BFP Generals

2015 CENSUS OF POPULATION: Magpa-census. Magpabilang.






Development Communication Coordinating Network (DEVCOMNET) Meeting hosted by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) with the agenda on the 2015 Census of Population. The said activity aimed to widely disseminate the importance of being part of the 2015 Population Census (POPCEN). According to Sec. Herminio B. Coloma Jr., Presidential Communications Operations Office, having an accurate data continue reading : 2015 CENSUS OF POPULATION: Magpa-census. Magpabilang.

F/CSupt Bearis retires from the service; only 3 senior execs remain






       Rendering thirty-two (32) years of dedicated service, Chief Superintendent (CSupt) Ruben Fornaleza Bearis Jr retired from the fire service today, leaving the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) with only three (3) one star Generals equivalent rank of Chief Superintendent. CSupt Bearis, presently serving as the Regional Director of the BFP Region 5 started continue reading : F/CSupt Bearis retires from the service; only 3 senior execs remain

BFP Laments Over Fire Truck TRO






Mandated to put up fire stations with matching capabilities and personnel that could ably respond during fire incidents, the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) is in great disdain of the delay of the delivery of the procured fire trucks, due to a temporary restraining order (TRO). Last October, the BFP bought 244 units of 1,000-gallons continue reading : BFP Laments Over Fire Truck TRO