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Fire Service

“Safety Tips For Survival”

What to do:

In the event of a fire, always remember that time is precious and every second counts. Follow the following tips :-

What not to do:

Types of Fire Extinguishers

S.No Type of Extinguisher Class Material involved in fire Hazard Area Extinguishing Methods Warning
1. Water CO2 A Organic Solids. e.g. wood, paper, cloth etc. Office, Hospitals, Theaters, Banks, Restaurants etc. Penetrates cools. Even deep seated “A” class fire. Do not use on live electrical equipment.
2. Mechanical Foam (AFFF) B Inflammable liquids. Petrol storage depots, Manufacturing units of paints and inflammable liquids. A thick foam Blanket over the burning liquid, cutting off the oxygen supply. Do not use on live electrical equipment.
3. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) B,C Inflammable liquids, gases and electrical appliances Petrol storage depots, Manufacturing units of paints and inflammable liquids. Aim at the base of fire from close range. CO2 being heavier settles below & cuts off the oxygen supply. CO2 can cause asphyxiation in a confined space. Ventilate area after extinguishing the fire.
4. Dry Chemical Powder (DCP) B,C Inflammable liquids and gasses. Storage areas of LPG, Acetylene Petrol, Industrial solvents and electrical equipment. Chemically interferes with the combustion chain. Do not use in very confined spaces as cloud of powder deduces visibility.
5. ABC Powder (Pressure Type) A,B,C Organic solids, Inflammable liquids and gasses. Open storage generator, rooms, heat treatment gasses. Chemically interferes with the combustion chain. Do not use in very confined spaces as cloud of powder deduces visibility.

Courses Conducted by A & N Police Fire Service

S.No Name of the course Benefits of the course/training
1. Basic Training to Fireman & Leading Fireman, F/Constables etc. To acquire knowledge of fire fighting techniques, disaster preparedness etc for discharging duties at the time of eventuality.
2. First Aid Fire Fighting to Govt. Servant / Civilians / Students etc. For prevention and protection from any kind of fire incident.
3. Medical First Aid Training to in-service Fire Service personnel. For handling trauma patients during any emergency and hospitalization well in time.
4. Asst. Fire Operator Course under NCVT to unemployed youths/school drop-out students. For getting employment opportunities in the Industries, Hotels, Pvt. Establishments etc.
5. Refresher Course for lower sub-ordinates. To update the knowledge about usage and maintenance of modern sophisticated equipment and to improvise the existing fire fighting techniques.

Course Schedule

Criteria for fire NOC


Resources Available with Fire Service

Contact Your Fire Stations

S.No Fire Station Phone Number
1. Fire Control Room 03192-232101
03192-232107
03192-232325
2. FS Aberdeen Bazar 03192-232301
3. FS Marine 03192-232227
4. FS Chatham 03192-232295
5. FS Haddo 03192-233685
6. FS Garacharma 03192-251604
7. FS Bambooflat 03192-258011
8. FS Ferrargunj 203192-66099
9. FS Havelock 03192-282400
10. FS Kadamtala 03192-267188
11. FS Bakultala 03192-277515
12. FS Rangat 03192-274334
13. FS Billiground 03192-270818
14. FS Mayabunder 03192-273285
15. FS Diglipur 03192-272333
16. FS Hutbay 03192-241097
17. FS R.K Pur 03192-238344
18. FS C/Nicobar 03192-265252
19. FS Teressa 03192-294008
20. FS Katchal 03192-295252
21. FS Kamorta 03192-263040
22. FS C/Bay 03192-264239
23. FS Neil Island 03192-282522, 03192-202232
24. FS Baratang 03192-200210