Sinoville firefighting Association

Sinoville Firefighting Association is a registered Public Benefit Organisation and Non Profit Organisation actively preventing and combating fires in our area.

For any Emergency, Please call us

We have a trained, qualified team ready to assist with all situations standing by, waiting to help.

Available 24/7

Field Fires

We have the correct knowledge to handle all size field fires.

House Fires

Be sure to try and get everyone out of the house and call us for assistance.

Vehicle Extrication

Do not allow bystanders to fidget with the vehicle. Get someone to contact us.

Confined Spaces

Our team is used to assisting in tight spaces. We have the needed tools.

Important Document

Please follow the links below to gain access to your fire permits, Corporate membership applications and private membership applications: 

Banking Details

SBBV’s NPO (non profit organisation) number is 1134/735/18/0 and our PBO (public benefit organisation) number is 930/048/686.

You can deposit your contribution directly into our bank account:

Standard Bank Montana
Branch Code: 015 945
Account Name: Sinoville Brandbestrydingsvereniging
Current Account No.: 371 495 237
Reference: Name/organisation name

TRAINING

Watch this space to keep informed of all our upcoming Training’s and events.

We do hope to see you at our next event/training.

 

For more info on upcoming events, please contact us today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fire Danger Index

 

 

A system, called an FDI or Fire Danger Index, is sent twice a day to all forestry companies to keep the risk or fire standby team alert of prevailing weather conditions. This system tells the teams the wind speed and direction, humidity and air pressure. The crews are alerted by means of a colour coding system where blue is relatively calm, and orange to red extremely dangerous.

Fire Danger Index

A system, called an FDI or Fire Danger Index, is sent twice a day to all forestry companies to keep the risk or fire standby team alert of prevailing weather conditions. This system tells the teams the wind speed and direction, humidity and air pressure. The crews are alerted by means of a colour coding system where blue is relatively calm, and orange to red extremely dangerous.

To view the code meaning, simply click on the image.

TALK TO US

FOR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL THE EMERGENCY NUMBER

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