Robbinsville Firefighters trained on “Man vs Machine” rescues using several props to simulate persons caught, stuck or entangled in residential and industrial equipment. Several firefighters from Robbinsville Township attended FDIC (Fire Department Instructor’s Conference) where they attended classes on the subject and brought the training back to Robbinsville so others can learn the techniques.
On Thursday April 30, 2015 The Robbinsville Township Fire Department participated in the 5th Annual High School Senior Saftey & Awareness Day also known as “Operation Smashed” at Robbinsville High School. Members of the high school’s drama department acted as vicitms of a two car crash, members of the Robbinsville Fire Department cut the injured...Read More
Robbinsville Fire Dept. Awarded $111K Grant To receive federal funding to update breathing gear Washington, Apr 29 The Robbinsville Township Fire Department was awarded a grant in the amount of $111,585 from the Department of Homeland Security through the Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program, announced Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04) today. The grant will be...Read More
Recently several department firefighters were presented with various citations for incidents that have occurred over the past several years. The awards included Life Saving ribbons, Meritorious Service ribbons and Exceptional Service ribbons.
The Robbinsville Township Fire Department recently participated in a Public Protection Classification Survey with the Insurance Services Office (ISO). ISO’s Public Protection Classification Program plays an important role in the underwriting process with insurance companies. In fact, most U.S, insurers – including the largest ones – use PPC information as part of their decision making...Read More
Thursday, February 26, 2015 – The RTFD recently placed in service a new fire engine (Squad 40) which replaced an engine that had been in service for 19 years. The engine removed from service was a 1996 Pierce Quantum engine that was at the end of its useful life with our department. We initially intended...Read More
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 – Firefighters on Robbinsville Squad 40 stretched a 2 1/2 inch hose line and made quick work of extinguishing this garage fire today in Town Center on Burnet Crescent. Fast response time and rapid deployment of an appropriate high volume attack line prevented the fire from extending to any of the...Read More
Monday, December 8, 2014 Recently we had a large quantity of fire hose that was replaced by the vendor under warranty because of a defect. This required us to cut off the metal couplings and send them back to the vendor to be reinstalled on new hose. This left us with a large pile of...Read More