Langley Township – Providing life-saving assistance at medical incidents, motor vehicle accidents, and emergencies, fighting fires, and helping the public avoid harm is all in a day’s work for the Township of Langley Fire Department, which is dedicated to keeping people, property, and the environment safe.
The Fire Department is also dedicated to constantly improving its service to the Townships’ residents, businesses, and visitors, and is asking those it serves to help make the Department better.
Ideas and input from the public are being sought through an online survey that will help the Township Fire Department assess and enhance its operations – and prepare for the future.
The survey will be available at tol.ca/fire until the end of July, and residents are encouraged to fill it out and let the Department know what services they would like more of, public safety issues that can be improved, and ways to enhance the Department’s operations.
“It’s about continual improvement,” said Township of Langley Fire Chief Stephen Gamble. “The information we get from the public will help us address the community’s needs, determine what we need to do more or less of, and help shape the future.”
The survey is part of a public engagement process the Department is undertaking as it works towards earning accreditation with the Centre for Public Safety Excellence, Commission of Fire Accreditation International.