Fairview Volunteer Fire Department
[In an emergency, DIAL 9-1-1]
Address: 59 Anderson AvenueFairview, NJ 07022
Phone: 201-943-3300 (non-emergency business)
Fax: (201) 943-3534
Chief: Dennis Salvaty
Tiger Hose Co. #1 Anthony Amato
Grandview Co. #1 Walter Lindsley
Hose Co. #3 Vincent M. Bellucci
Tiger Hose Co.1 Gerard DelVecchio
Grandview Co.1 Geremia DeMartino
Hose Co. #3 Paul Neville
Hook & Ladder Co. # 2 Dennis Licameli
Tiger Hose Co.1 John Migliaccio
Grandview Co.1 Lionel Chin
Hose Co. #3 John M. Pinzone
Hook & Ladder Co. #2 Bernard Bulay
The fire service in the United States has a rich tradition of volunteer fire departments dating back to the 1700’s. In most small to m id-size towns today, volunteer departments continue to provide quality, cost effective fire protection services to the community. In fact 73% of all firefighters in the United States are volunteers.
Fairview Volunteer Fire Department was formed by citizens like you, to protect life and property. Since then we have remained a strong volunteer organization. All members are volunteers, meaning that we work full time jobs in addition to the time we give to volunteer. Why do we do this? Some do it because someone else in our family was also a volunteer firefighter, others do it because we simply want to give back to the community and have an interest in firefighting.
|Fairview Emergency Response Unit 53 Grant Street, P.O. Box 145 Fairview, New Jersey, 07022 Phone: (201)943-6050 Fax: (201)943-4592 Email:email@example.comFollow F.ER.U. on Facebook
|Established in 1988, the Fairview Emergency Response Unit (F.E.R.U.) has been providing quality care to the residents of the Borough of Fairview and the surrounding towns. Since then F.E.R.U has continue to maintain a strong relationship with the community to providing our neighbors the most rapid and appropriate response to a medical emergency.
|F.E.R.U. answers approximately 1800 calls yearly. We offer a quarterly stipend to all volunteers. In addition to responding to emergency calls, we visit our local citizens' building and provide vitals assessment which includes blood pressure check, pulse rate check, respiration, and lung sounds. We answer questions regarding the 911 system and what to do in case of emergency. The Fairview Emergency Response Unit interacts with our local police and fire departments by holding drills.
|How can I help? Donations:
|To help our efforts, our services count on the generous support of our neighbors to assist us in helping you. Whether large or small, your donation is always appreciated and put to good use. Additionally, all donations to The Fairview Emergency Response Unit are tax deductible under IRS section 501(c)(3) to the full extent provided by law.
|To make a donation or to find out more about how you can help. Please contact us at (201)943-6050.
|Please make all donation checks payable to: The Fairview Emergency Response Unit.
|The Fairview Emergency Response Unit utilizes personnel who are certified at New Jersey State EMT level to provide emergency medical treatment on our ambulances.
|To become a member, you must be:
|• at least 16 years of age - must have parental consent if under age of eighteen (18). • in good health• able to lift• capable of physical exercise
|Becoming affiliated with the Fairview Emergency Response Unit will provide you with valuable life skills. You will learn the value of teamwork, responsibility, and dedication. You will become close with your fellow crew members and establish life-long friendship.
|The most important aspect of EMS is serving the community. You will work with individuals that volunteer their time and effort to achieve the common goal, which is providing quality care to residents.
|FERU Volunteer Application Click Here : Please attach our application in PDF format as a link. I can email the application later on this week. Thanks!
|** Please note **Fairview Emergency Response Unit (FERU) reserves the right to investigate your background and the right to deny your application. FERU does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, national origin, or sexual orientation
|EMS Information and Links:
|Bergen County EMS Training Center - Paramus, NJBergen County Police, Fire and EMS Academies - Mahwah, NJLeonard Publications - Online CEUsMedicEd EMS Continuing Education - Free CEUs for NJ volunteersNew Jersey Department of Health - Office of EMSNew Jersey OEMS Certification PlatformEMTB.comNew Jersey State First Aid Council - TVAC is a member of the NJSFAC's 18th District
|• JEMS Magazine • EMS1.com
|Englewood Hospital and Medical Center -Englewood, NJHackensack University Medical Center -Hackensack, NJHoly Name Hospital -Teaneck, NJValley Hospital - Ridgewood, NJ