Chief Rosandich and The Oak Creek Fire Department would like to welcome you to our site! Please look around!
Safety Tips -
Make The Right Call - Dial 911
Remember, to get help fast, dial 911 for emergencies.
Child Car Safety Seat Checks
Did you know that according to national
averages, approximately 4 out of every 5 child car safety seats are installed
incorrectly? These installation errors are grave enough to contribute to or
cause injury or death to your child in the event of an otherwise survivable
To find Southeast Wisconsin booster and car seat fitting stations please check here Child Car Safety Seat Checks
Free Smoke Detectors
These small devices cost very little to operate and every year save more lives than Firefighters.
Does your home have working smoke detectors?
- Free Smoke Detectors
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Upcoming Events -
Fire Prevention Month
October is fire prevention month and is an excellent time to discuss fire safety at home and in the work place. This year the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA)
wants children to learn the importance of being fire safe in the kitchen. To learn more please visit Sparky.org
More than 90% of the time poisonings happen in the home. Is your home safe? Learn more at the Poison Help website to protect your family.
Hands Only CPR
If you see a teen or adult suddenly collapse would you know what to do? Call 9-1-1 and push hard and fast in the center of the chest.
Performing CPR can more than double a person's chances of survival. To learn more visit American Heart Association's -
Two Steps to Staying Alive
Oak Creek Fire Department 2012 Annual Report
The Annual Report gives information on the Fire Depratment budget, goals and objectives, total fire responses, and other events and programs that happend
throughout the year. Please view it here:
2012 Annual Report.
Can You See Us Now?
Extra precautions have been taken to help the Fire Department protect themselves and our citizens on all roadway scenes.
See how - Roadway Safety
Move Over or Slow Down
The OCFD and the Wisconsin DOT would like to remind drivers of the law regarding approaching emergency
vehicles - View Poster
What is Oak Creek's ISO?
The ISO is a leading source of information about risk. To see how Oak Creek measures up...
- Insurance Service Organization
Laundry Dryer Fires
Washing machines and dryer fires account for many residential fires each year.
To see what each one of us can do to protect ourselves and families from such
dangers follow the link. - Safety Tips