Under the direction of Lt. Kristin Buckler, the Community Risk Reduction Division is responsible for conducting inspections and issuing permits and is responsible for the outreach and education of Sherborn residents in certain fire and medical safety topics, which is 100% grant funded through the SAFE and Senior SAFE grant programs from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Fire Prevention inspections include:
Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Inspections
Annual Business Inspections
Annual Stable Inspections
Public Education activities include:
Fire Safety Classes at Pine Hill Elementary School and Community Events
CPR and First Aid Courses
Voluntary Home Safety Visits
Social Media Outreach
Community Training Programs
Sherborn Fire and Rescue is now offering community training programs that include:
How to provide CPR to Adults, Children and Infants
How to properly use an AED
How to relieve choking in an Adult, Child or Infant
How to provide basic First-Aid for injuries or medical emergencies
File of Life Program
The File of Life (FOL) program provides critical medical information to emergency response personnel during a medical emergency. The program is offered free to anyone who needs it. Through participation in the program, FOL will provide valuable medical information that will be readily available to first responders if it is needed. This is not an electronic database. The FOL card is similar to the photo below. We recommend that participants fill out the form and use the magnetized pouch and place it on their refrigerator.
Sherborn Fire and Rescue has been apart of the Project LifeSaver program since 2007. Through this program, Sherborn Firefighters have rescued several individuals who were missing from their families. If you or someone you know is interested in signing up for Project LifeSaver, please email Kristin Buckler.