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Community Resiliency Investment (CRI)

FireSmart Critical Infrastructure Assessment and Guide

The FireSmart Critical Infrastructure (CI) Hazard Assessment Form is a numerically ranked process that is intended for assessing vulnerability of systems, facilities, technologies, networks, assets and services essential to the healthy, safety, security or economic well being of British Columbians and the effective functioning of government.

UBCM Administers The FireSmart Community Funding & Supports Stream

Applications are currently being accepted for the 2021 program. The application deadline is October 9, 2020. The Community Resiliency Investment (CRI) program was announced by the provincial government in 2018 and is intended to reduce the risk of wildfires and mitigate their impacts on BC communities.

FireSmart Home Ignition Zone Assessment Score Card

Assess your risk from wildfire - Answer the questions in the assessment form to see what changes will make the greatest difference in reducing your home’s risk from wildfire.

FireSmartBC Promotional Catalogue

The following items have been approved as standard FireSmart® BC promotional items. Purchasing of these items is to be done through Queen’s Printer only.

FireSmartBC Information Sheet

The FireSmartBC Information Sheet was developed to provide an overview of resources, training, and materials available.

FireSmart Assessment Work Hours Estimate Form – Rebate Program

As part of the Community Resiliency Investment (CRI) program, there is potential for homeowners to be compensated for performing FireSmart activities on residential property or homes.

FireSmartBC LFR Facilitator policy

The key to the success of the FireSmart Canada Neighbourhood Recognition Program (FCNRP) are the Local FireSmart Representatives (LFR). This document outlines the requirements for FireSmartBC Facilitators.

FireSmartBC LFR Facilitator Training package

This package should be completed by a BC FireSmart Committee (BCFSC) Facilitator Trainer before a Local FireSmart Representative (LFR) can be considered an LFR Facilitator in BC. This package outlines the BCFSC LFR Train the Trainer program.