So far in 2023, Electric Vehicle Training has been delivered to 230 Fire Firefighters, 1 Ground Search and Rescue member, 1 Municipal enforcement officer, 1 Tow Truck operator, and 2 Drive Electric NL Employees.
The Fire Departments that have hosted the Alternate Fuel Vehicle Safety Program were: Bay Roberts, Bishop’s Falls, Clarenville, Grand Falls-Windsor, Long Harbour, Marystown, Sunnyside, and Trinity Bay North.
During these courses members from the following Fire Departments attended:
Bay Roberts, Victoria, Harbour Grace, Upper Island Cove, Spaniard’s Bay, Bay de Grave, Trinity Bay North, Marystown, Baine Harbour, Burin, Garnish, Lamaline, Lawn, Lord’s Cove, St. Lawrence, Grand Falls-Windsor, Clarenville, Burgoynes’s Cove, Bonavista, Bishops Falls, Botwood, Peterview, Sunnyside, Arnold’s Cove, Charlottetown, Bay De Verde, Bellevue-Thornlea-Bellevue Beach, Green’s Harbour/ Hopeall, Long Harbour, Norman’s Cove-Long Cove, Placentia, Seaside/South Dildo, and Vale Long Harbour/ERT.
Congratulations to all the individuals who attended and completed the course, which shows great commitment and dedication to your communities in being trained to respond.