MVFRA VISION - To Be The Leading Volunteer  Fire & Rescue Association in The Region


May 22,
Ue3 The Family Plaza, KL.
KUALA LUMPUR - Ue3 The Family Plaza.Organized by Ue3 The Family Plaza. Double Click for more photos.....

June 5,
Dewan Sivik, Petaling Jaya
PETALING JAYA - Dewan Sivik. Double Click for more photos.....

June 26,
Ue3 The Family Plaza, K.L.

August 22,
Central Square, Sungai Petani, Kedah
KEDAH - Sg. Petani. Jointly organized by Tadika Edu Smartkids and Kuala Muda/Yan Education Department. Double Click for more photos.....

September 4 & 5,
Ue3 The Family Plaza, K.L.

November 14,
Island Plaza, Penang
PENANG - Island Plaza. Organized by Medic-Link S/B. Double Click for more photos.....

December 4,
Ue3 The Family Plaza, K.L.

April 29,
SK Jalan Sungai Besi (1), K.L.

August 5,
Mahkota Parade, Melaka
MELAKA - Mahkota Parade. Organized by Young Malaysian Movement. Double Click for more photos...

September 20,
SRJK (c) Salak South, K.L.

April 1,
Rumah Destiny, Taman Melawati, K.L.

May 15,
Riviera Bay Resort, Melaka

May 19,
MII, Damansara Heights

August 18,
Wisma TNB, Jalan Timur

December 2,
Island Plaza, Penang
PENANG - Island Plaza. Jointly Organizwed by Penang State MCA and Medik-Link Sdn Bhd. Double Click for more photos...

May 12,
Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya
PETALING JAYA - Amcorp Mall. Jointly Organized by Tenaga Nasional Berhad and ACE Synergy Insurance Berhad. Double Click for more photos...

August 4,
Kelab Kilat TNB, Port Dickson
PORT DICKSON - Organized by Tuanku Jaafar Power Station.Double Click for more photos...

August 11,
Connaught Bridge Power Station, Klang

September 28,
Kelab Kilat TNB, Jalan Bangsar


This children’s safety workshop is specially designed to train children on Fire Safety, Fire Prevention and the right techniques on how to escape in a Fire.

The Fire Kids’ Club Safety Workshop was formed in under the umbrella of the Malaysian Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association (M.V.F.R.A.).

As far as our country is concerned there is still lack of Safety Awareness even among the adults.  There are instances whereby children do not know what to do when faced with a fire in their homes.

In the absence of their parents, they panic at the first sight of a fire and act on instinct by hiding under the bed or in the cupboard.  This is tragic! We are therefore undertaking the task of training the young the basic steps on Fire Safety.

The children are taught other things besides how to escape from a burning house, what to do when their clothes caught fire and also how to make emergency calls. 

The lively session is never dull as there are lots of activities like games, music etc. In fact, the parents who accompany their children not only enjoy themselves, they will also learn something.

In a span of a few years, MVFRA has managed to train no less than 5,000 children from ages 5 to 12.  We have organized Fire Kids’ Club Safety Workshops in Penang, Sungei Patani (Kedah), Malacca, Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur.

Our target is to train between 20,000 to 25,000 children by the year . Our objective is to spread out our activities and conduct Fire Kids’ Club Safety Workshops throughout Malaysia particularly to the smaller towns.



MORE NEWS........

  Children nationwide to learn fire safety
THE STAR, May 17
Getting the young all fired up on safety
THE STAR, June 6
Fire Safety Tips for Kids
THE MALAY MAIL, November 17  
Project to train 25,000 kids on fire safety
THE STAR, November 11
Teaching children what to do when fire breaks out
THE SUN, December 6
Workshop on fire safety for children
THE STAR, November 21
All fired up for safety lessons
THE STAR, May 16
First lessons on fighting fires
THE SUN, Thursday November 11,





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