LNFS To Launch Awareness On Preventing Fire Outbreak
The Liberia National Fire Service (LNFS) will this week begin a week-long preventive fire safety awareness within Monrovia and its environs in order to prevent the constant occurring of fire outbreak in the city, especially during this Independence celebration and the Christmas festive season.
During the week-long awareness program, the Liberia National Fire Service (LNFS) will also reopen two of its sub-stations on Bushrode Island and Stephen Tolbert Estate, Somalia Drive. The awareness campaign will be conducted by the newly recruited volunteers of the Liberia National Fire Service (LNFS).
The Liberia National Fire Service (LNFS), according to its press release, is encouraging the general public to fully cooperate during this awareness exercise which, according to the entity, is in line with the code of law volume VI, Title 35, charter 1, section 1.5 of the preventive fire service law of Liberia.
According to the release, all health protocols will be closely followed during the awareness exercise. At the same time, LNFS is admonishing Liberians to always call upon the entity responsible to fight fire disaster in country when the situation arises. LNFS says the institution remains open to the general public for quick intervention.