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According to an NFPA survey, only one of every three American households have actually developed and practiced a home fire escape plan. While 71% of Americans have an escape plan in case of a fire, only 47% of those have practiced it. Photo by @asap.tv.

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According to an NFPA survey, only one of every three American households have actually developed and practiced a home fire escape plan. While 71% of Americans have an escape plan in case of a fire, only 47% of those have practiced it. Photo by @asap.tv.

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Comment on Facebook According to an NFPA...

Best job in the world !!!🚒💪

More than 2,500 people die in home fires each year. If a home fire occurs, the risk of dying decreases by about 80% when the home is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.

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More than 2,500 people die in home fires each year. If a home fire occurs, the risk of dying decreases by about 80% when the home is equipped with a fire sprinkler system.

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Shout out to these hard workers! Just a handful of our amazing Oceanside crew!

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Shout out to these hard workers! Just a handful of our amazing Oceanside crew!

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A big shout out to the best firefighters. Oceanside fire dept

😎WOW... Great photo of seven hardworking guys! Thanks!

Best job in the world men!!!

You may have as little as 2 minutes to escape a home fire from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Do you have a home escape plan? Photo by @asap.tv.

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You may have as little as 2 minutes to escape a home fire from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Do you have a home escape plan? Photo by @asap.tv.

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In San Diego County, wildfires, both naturally occurring and human caused, are a major hazard to our communities. Oceanside residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes, and prepare for the next fire storm. You not only increase the value and safety of your property, you increase the safety of your family.

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In San Diego County, wildfires, both naturally occurring and human caused, are a major hazard to our communities. Oceanside residents are urged to take steps now to assess their wildfire risk, safeguard their homes, and prepare for the next fire storm. You not only increase the value and safety of your property, you increase the safety of your family.

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The Oceanside Firefighters Association would like to welcome 7 new members from Oceanside Fire Academy 14. Oceanside Firefighters are unique. We are the only Fire Department in our zone that holds full fire academies for our new hires. New hires spend a minimum of 8 weeks full time additional training making sure we are ready to serve the public to the highest standard. Training starts with Physical Conditioning that tests the employees ability to perform under the physical and mental stress the job demands. Training includes three main disciplines: Hose, Ladders and Ventilation. Structural Firefighting, Wildland Firefighting, Confined Space, Rope Rescue, Swift Water, Vehicle Rescue, Live Fire Operations and Paramedic Skills are just some of the other required performance topics that our Recruits are expected to learn and know. This is only the start of there continued on-the-job training. Congratulations on your success as our most newly graduated academy!

The Oceanside Firefighters Association, IAFF LOCAL 3736, is a union membership of roughly 100 individuals who work as firefighters, engineers and captains with the Oceanside Fire Department. Although a separate entity than the Fire Department, the OFA works collaboratively with the fire department administration, operations and prevention to promote safety and fire prevention within the community.  The OFA is proud of our Oceanside community and hosts multiple fundraisers to support community organizations including the annual charity golf contest, surf contest and our pancake breakfast during harbor days. Proceeds from all of these events are donated back to our community organizations.  As members of the International Association of Firefighters and the California Professional Firefighters, the association is active in the political arena at the local, state and national level to preserve the safety and welfare of its members.