Jeff Lay, Lee Wright, Scott Panovski and Ryan Dodson are keen to meet residents at Marrickville Fire Station’s Open Day.
GET along to your nearest fire station on Saturday and meet the local firefighters and learn more about fire prevention.
The Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) annual Open Day will be on Saturday, May 20, with most fire stations open 10am-2pm.
A range of free activities will be on offer, including firefighting demonstrations, station tours and fire safety presentations.
Firefighters will also be able to provide advice on installing or replacing smoke alarms, and preparing a home fire escape plan, while children and those interested will be able to see the fire engines and firefighting equipment up close.
They will also be able to take home a "Brigade Kids" activity booklet, which teaches them vital fire safety lessons.
FRNSW Commissioner Paul Baxter says FRNSW is this year focusing on fire prevention in the kitchen, urging people to "Keep Looking When Cooking".