WELCOME TO TARLAC CORNER
In this 21st century, we are highly invaded with various modern technologies that made our works easily done. In this regard, the Bureau were also aadapting and applying this to promote public awareness accesibly.
This website will showcase all nexessary information on the different activities made by the BFP accurately. It is very advantageous and an effective tool in a way that we can easily communicate and impact knowledge and information over the internet with just “one click” away to the public with recent updates pertaining to any disaster and related emergencies and fire rescue services. This site can also be a tracker of ongoing fire, rescue and medical services. It is also open for query and interactions provided with various opinion and expression from the public for immediate response and solutions.
Again, a pleasant viewing to all.
F/CINSP MARY ANTHONETTE U BEUNCONSEJO
Provincial Fire Marshal, Tarlac
In our constantly progressing country, industrialization is inevitable. This leads to the development of towns to cities, building of many infrastructures, ranging from single dwelling houses to towering skyscrapers, and also development of roads and bridges. These improvements are all beneficial to all of us but at the same time post a great threat during calamities specifically earthquakes.
Last August 25, 2016 marks as one of the most memorable day for the people of Victoria. The Inauguration of the very first BFP owned fire station in Tarlac took place. The long wait is over, Victoria Fire station is now open to the public and ready to serve the citizen of Victoria.
The Philippines, as we all know, is a tropical country. Its geographical position and landscape as an archipelago within the “Ring of Fire” is expected to be bombarded with storms and earthquakes every year. Hence, being prepared with disasters is a must for all of us. As the rainy seasons come, people are expecting flooded streets, landslides, thunder storms, and for this year, even hurricanes. With all of these extreme calamities, many properties were devastated, millions of crops wasted and the hardest part even people’s lives.
By: FO1 Maharlika Isabel A Aquino
In order to say that a certain community is an effective and a competent one, it is important for them to have cooperation or oneness, and a good relationship towards the ruling government as well. That’s why in this month, the Bureau of Fire Protection is proudly celebrating the Police Community Relations Month together with the Philippine National Police.
On 10 April 2016, personnel from different fire stations from the Province of Tarlac and Nueva Ecija proceeded to Capas, Tarlac to attend the Philippine Veterans Week and Araw ng Kagitingan held at Capas National Shrine. The prestigious march begun with the cooperation of all participants to reminisce and look back to the valorous acts of the veterans.