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Emergency Telephone Numbers are to be used only for emergency situations

Emergency Operators have been trained in Emergency Medical Dispatch and Fire Priority Dispatch. They will ask a series of questions as well as tell you what to do until help arrives.

POLICE, FIRE, AMBULANCE 911

Six Things to Tell the Operator When You Need Help:

  1. Who you need -- Police, Fire or Ambulance
  2. Where you need the help (your address)
  3. What is happening now
  4. How did it happen
  5. When did it happen
  6. Your name

Helpful Hints

Teach everyone in your family how to make emergency calls. If you accidentally call 911, stay on the line so the operator knows that help is not needed; otherwise, the operator will notify the Police to investigate.

Have the following information by your phone:

  • The 911 number
  • Your address
  • Your phone number
  • Directions to your home from the Police Station and Fire Hall
POISON TREATMENT 911
WEATHER INFORMATION 204-727-5533 or French 204-727-0011
MANITOBA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION 204-945-5555
ENVIRONMENTAL ACCIDENTS 204-945-4888
NATURAL GAS CONCERNS 1-800-465-3816
HYDRO CONCERNS 1-888-474-0707
CITY OF BRANDON PUBLIC WORKS 204-729-2285
BRANDON EMERGENCY SUPPORT TEAM INFORMATION 204-729-2239