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  • Our Mission
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    Protecting citizens, their property, and the environment from fire and hazardous materials.
  • Fire Prevention Month 2015
    According to reports submitted by local fire agencies in 2014, more than half of home fire deaths in Oregon resulted from fires that occurred between midnight and 7 a.m., when most people are asleep.
    The Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal has developed fire safety educational tools around the theme “Hear the beep where you sleep; working smoke alarms in every bedroom.”
    Click here to learn more about fire prevention month and to order educational tools.

  • 2015 Mob Plan Approved

    ​The 2015 Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan has been approved by the State Fire Defense Board and is available! 

    Printed copies are available. Please contact Fraser Wick at fraser.wick@state.or.us or 503-934-8283.
  • OSFM Crude Oil Survey Report

    The OSFM has relased its report on the readiness and equipment needs of the Oregon fire service in relation to a crude oil incident on rail lines in Oregon. Click the below hotlink to access the report.

    OSFM Crude Oil Survey Report

  • Hazardous Substance Searchable Database Available For Use
    The Community Right To Know Unit is pleased to announce the online Hazardous Substance Searchable Database is back in service.

    It is one of three online databases the State Fire Marshal has made available to the public. You can use this database to determine what chemicals were last reported in the area you specify. There are many other uses as well.​

    Click here to learn about and access all three Searchable Databases​

  • Oregon Fire Prevention Workshop - February 2016



    Save the date for the Oregon Fire Prevention Workshop

    February 17-19, 2016 in Warm Springs, OR at Kah-nee-ta Resort and Spa

    For more information, click here

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Current Mobilizations:

The Red Incident Management Team is currently in Unified Command with Great Basin Team 1 at the Canyon Creek Complex.

During active mobilizations, you can follow updates on the OSFM Facebook page and through the OSFM Twitter feed at @OSFM.

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