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“My heroes are those who risk their lives every day to protect our world and make it a better place - police, firefighters and members of our armed forces.” -- Sidney Sheldon

This is a special portal we’d originally set up to help people with portable devices (iPhones®, Blackberries®, etc) navigate the “old” ASTTBC website.  While the new site has some similarities with ASTTBC’s main website (visually), there have been significant other changes incorporated.  For one thing, you can no longer access their forms page (unless you’re an RFPT in good standing).  This means the only forms freely available for download are now exclusively featured on our FORMS page.

We’ve also provided a link to ASTTBC’s Practice Guideline, which we still consider to be a good basic outline for a fire protection equipment service technician’s responsibilities!  All of ASTTBC’s past newsletters are also available.  Simply click on the links provided below.

Enjoy!

About Us

Who Benefits?

What RFPTs Inspect

ASTTBC Jurisdictions

 

Find a Technician

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Certification Policy

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Member Resources

 

Archived ASTTBC SUPPRESS!® and TECH'S FIRE BREAK® Newsletters

February 2004

December 2004

Fall 2006

June 2008 - (and Inserts)

June 2009 - “The Lost Suppress!”

Tech's Fire Break (July 2010)

October 2016 Newsletter (Issue #3)

 

Archived ASTTBC Complaint Outcomes

January 2005 - August 2006

August 2006 - September 2007

January 2013 - December 2013

January 2014 - December 2014

January 2015 - December 2015

January 2016 - April 2016

 

ASTTBC Fire Protection Technician Practice Guideline
(Note - the pages have been re-configured from the original document
to make it easier to read and reference utilizing Adobe’s PDF Reader.)

Contact Info (Main Office)
10767 - 148th Street
Surrey, B.C. V3R 0S4
Telephone: (604) 585-2788
Facsimile: (604) 585-2790

Manager - Fire Protection Registration
Karen McDiarmid

Extension 251
email:  kmcdiarmid@asttbc.org

Program Advisor, Fire Protection
Bob Furlong
Extension 240
email:  bfurlong@asttbc.org

Registrar/Practice Review Board
Charles Joyner
Extension 235
email: cjoyner@asttbc.org

Chief Compliance Officer
Ron Hein
Extension 231
email:  rhein@asttbc.org

Registrations Coordinator
Erin Macedo
Extension 247
email: emacedo@asttbc.org

 

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Forms:
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In Memoriam
G. Richard (Rich) Morris
Celebrating a truly
remarkable life!

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In Memoriam
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and Friend!

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