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Fire fighters containing a rail car leak in Medicine Hat
Medicine Hat FireFit Team places 14th at World Championships
Congratulations to Medicine Hat Firefighters Seymour, Hodges, Hauck, Suranko and Labash who competed the Firefighter Challenge World Championship
Test your smoke alarms
Fire fighters training on water rescue techniques
Fire fighters meet with MP's and Sentors to talk about fire fighter and public safety concerns
Fire fighters responded to a loader accident with leaking fluids, no injuries

Medicine Hat fire fighters responded in County Engine 12, and Rescue 2, with RCMP and EMS to a single vehicle rollover, South on the Eagle Butte Rd.
Thank you Medicine Hat for supporting the fire fighters making a difference in the community
Fire fighters rescue 2 deer from the pond by College Drive
Token of appreciation to Patio Cafe for the support during the roof top campouts
Fire fighters donate money to the woman shelter from funds raised at the bridal show
Fire fighters rescue occupant and contain leaking fuel
What's New at Medicine Hat Fire Department L 263
Medicine Hat Fire Fighter Recruitment 2015

Medicine Hat Fire Department - Now Hiring Fire Fighter

The City of Medicine Hat Fire Service is searching for highly motivated, adaptable and communicative team players. Our ideal fire fighter will value integrity and demonstrate pride in being consistent, responsive, reliable and accountable in the utilization of his or her unique skill sets. Reporting to the Platoon Officer, the Fire Fighter is responsible for fire suppression, rescue and hazardous materials response, property inspection, as well as public education and prevention duties in Medicine Hat and surrounding region.

The successful candidate(s) will possess the mental and physical abilities in accordance with the accepted industry standards for Fire Fighters, a valid Alberta Class 3 License with air brake endorsement*, current Standard First Aid with HCP (Health care provider) AED and Grade 12 Diploma or equivalency. Candidates must demonstrate an aptitude for a career in fire, rescue and emergency services and be minimum IFSAC/ProBoard certified to NFPA 1001 Level I & II along with NFPA 472 Awareness and Operations. Preference will be given to those applicants who have additional related experience, training, and education. For skill assessment all equipment will be provided, except for CSA approved safety boots.

Only those candidates whose applications include copies of all required certificates and a current driver abstract will be considered. *NOTE: Out of province applicants must provide valid equivalency for Alberta Class 3 Q (air) with their application. Applicants with six or more demerit points against their current driving record will not be processed.

Our organization offers a highly attractive total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent benefits, learning & development opportunities as well as a great work environment which provides excellent opportunities for professional growth.

The City of Medicine Hat strives to achieve its vision to be a "Community of Choice"; a place where people choose to live, work and play. The Medicine Hat advantage:

? Extensive Recreational Facilities

? Flourishing Cultural Community

? Low Utility Rates and Taxes

? Family Oriented Community


City of Medicine Hat Career Opprortunities

Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume, cover letter and a completed Fire Fighter Employment Application to Competition #15054A, Human Resources Department, City of Medicine Hat, 101, 505 First Street SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 0A9. Given the size of the application, electronic submissions will not be accepted.

Applications must be received by Friday, March 13, 2015 at 4:30 pm by mail, courier or in-person.

Download: Medicine Hat Fire Fighter Employment Application 2015Feb.pdf , Medicine Hat Fire Fighter Job Description.pdf
Roof top campaign raises $16K for Muscular Dystrophy
The Medicine Hat Firefighters fifth annual roof top campout came to a successful conclusion on Sunday with over $16,000 raised for Muscular Dystrophy. Kalon Ternes has spent the last several months organizing the campout. He was pleased that the total exceeded the stated goal of $10,000 by such a wide margin. He was not surprised by the generosity of Hatters.

“This is our one major fundraising function of the year so we push really hard,” said Ternes. “We have such great support in the city. Since 1954 Medicine Hat alone has raised over $280,000 for Muscular Dystrophy.”

Tim Chan and Tyler Hodges were the two firefighters who agreed to campout on the roof of Fire Station #1 for the weekend. Chan said the support he and Hodges received from Hatters made it all worthwhile.

“It’s a good cause,” said Chan. “By doing this we could create awareness and raise a lot of money. It’s really nice to see all the support. We got a lot of honks from people going by and that boosts our morale.”

Tyler Hodges said while it was a little cold on Friday night, it was an otherwise pretty good weekend weather-wise to be camping-out.

“I wanted to help out,” said Hodges. “Friday night was pretty cold but last night wasn’t bad. It was worth it. Everybody in the city likes the firefighters and we do our best to support the city, and do what we can to create awareness. People like us and we like being there for them.”

Story compliments of Medicine Hat News, Tim Kalinowski

Medicine Hat's 5th Annual Muscular Dystrophy Rooftop Campout

Please support the Medicine Hat Fire Fighters efforts of raising funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada and donate online by clicking the donate button below. If you prefer to donate in person please stop by Fire Station #1 anytime from February 6 at noon till February 8 at noon and toss a few bucks into a boot. 

      Click herer to donate to Muscular Dystrophy Online

To show their support for people with neuromuscular disorders, Medicine Hat Fire Fighters are organizing their 5th annual Rooftop Campout to raise awareness and funds to help 'make muscles move'. A Rooftop Campout is a fundraising event where local Fire Fighters camp on the roof of a building, enduring below freezing temperatures, inclement weather, and whatever else nature throws their way, and collect donations from the public to support Muscular Dystrophy Canada. The money raised by Medicine Hat Fire Fighters will be used to improve the quality of life for people living with neuromuscular disorders by purchasing mobility equipment, providing support services, and funding research which will one day lead to a cure.

Fire Fighters have been supporters and fundraisers for Muscular Dystrophy Canada since 1954. They continue to amaze us with their commitment to the over 50,000 Canadians affected by neuromuscular disorders. Campouts are just one more example of their valor and community spirit.

The community has always been very supportive of the work our heroes tirelessly undertake to support Muscular Dystrophy Canada, and now these Fire Fighters are relying on your gift to make this endeavor their biggest success yet!



Thank You Again To Our Sponsors!



Medicine Hat Fire Fighters conduct ice dive operations

First responders remain on the scene at the reservoir south of the city where the truck belonging to missing Seven Persons-area man was discovered Wednesday and where Medicine Hat Fire Department divers have conducted a body recovery operation.

Divers from the Medicine Hat Fire Department made multiple excursions into the ice-covered reservoir near the intersection of Township Road 120 and Range Road 60 on Thursday for more than four hours.

Friends and family of missing 25-year-old Kirby Lust are at the scene as is the fire department’s chaplain.

Lust went missing late Saturday night and was last seen leaving Jigger’s Pub in South Ridge.

He was reported missing Monday with friends and family launching an air and land search for the man and his vehicle following the uncharacteristic disappearance of the father of one.

The reservoir is located at a sharp bend in Range Road 60 south of Medicine Hat.

Story: Medicine Hat News

Photo: Medicine Hat News-Emma Bennett

The dangers of carbon monoxide
Medicine Hat Firefighters are urging the public to check their carbon monoxide detectors as temperatures drop and furnaces start kicking in. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless gas that is created when fuels combust. It can come from your furnace, your hot water tank, your fireplace or vehicles in your garage. Read More...
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