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Become a Volunteer

Atlantic Burn Camp 2017 planning is well underway. We are currently contacting previous volunteers to see if they are interested in once again being part of the experience provided to young burn survivors from Atlantic Provinces. To apply to be a volunteer please download the "Staff Application Form" from the Staff Documents area below.

Should you decide to fill out an application, please return the application in person or by mail to:

Cape Breton Firefighters Burn Care Society
P.O Box 1432 Station “A”
Sydney, Nova Scotia, B1P 6R7
Tel: (902) 562-4156
Fax: (902) 562-4186
Email:atlanticburncamp@bellaliant.com

 

Staff Documents

For more staff information please download and review the follwing documents. (PDF Files)

Staff Application
Staff Camp Policy
Staff Health Form
Staff Medication Policy
Staff Notice for Police Record Check
Staff Photo Release staff
Staff Release Waiver of Liability, Assumption
Staff Responsibilities
Staff Volunteer Behavior Contract
Staff What To Bring List

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Important Notice
Each application for staff positions at the Atlantic Burn Camp (according to Camp Bylaws and Policies) must be accompanied by a Police Records Check document. In the past we able to have this done locally but due to changes in the law we can only have people living in the CBRM done locally. All staff in N.B., NFLD., and the rest of N.S. is required to have this done by local Police agency. In the past we did not have to pay for this service, if a fee is requested please forward to us. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but this matter is beyond our control.

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