WELCOME TO NUEVA ECIJA CORNER
Greetings from the men and women of Bureau of Fire Protection Nueva Ecija! We are encouraging everyone to actively participate on the agency’s advocacy, that is, “to save lives and properties”. Region 3 is now holding a website which is a great venue for the people to take part on the bureau’s campaign on Fire Prevention.
Concerns and sentiments of the public will also be addressed through this that promotes transparency. People may tend to know more about news, advisories and accomplishments of the office, even the rules being implemented.
Truly, problems and challenges on our part are inevitable. But we will not tolerate these to stay long; hence, rest assured that proper treatment and management of the issues will be dealt with.
With this, we are welcoming one and all to pass and view this site. We owe your support in the aide of fire prevention.
F/SUPT GREGORIO ANTONIO
Provincial Fire Marshal, Nueva Ecija
Nueva Ecija News
A PIS Write-Up Report
As cited in the old and new mission of Bureau of Fire Protection, to provide emergency medical and rescue services and, response to a natural or man-made emergencies respectively; is inevitably a must. Being a firefighter calls one to be multi-functional.
On February 03 2015, a firefighter of Licab Fire Station displayed a simple heroic deeds. While conducting inspection at a Sari-sari Store at Brgy. Sta. Maria, Licab, F02 Cesar S Fernando,BFP along with F02 Maureen Joy M Agustin saw an old man riding a bicycle went out of balance and fell down along the road.
Being able to understand that the under-representation of women is an alarming inequity that needs to be immediately addressed, Regional Director CSUPT ARIEL A BARAYUGA (DSC) CEO VI spearheaded the creation of the Lady Firefighters in Region III. Nueva Ecija BFP, through the leadership of SUPT GREGORIO S ANTONIO, BFP immediately compliedwith the instruction of the Regional Commander. Immediate but thorough screening and selection process was undertaken and named the ten members of the Provincial Lady Firefighters Group. The high commanders of BFP recognized that in the past, women were not recruited and hired because of the occupational culture that is exclusionary.