The Indigenous Fire Marshal Office (IFMS), the delivery arm of the NIFSC, delivers programs in seven program areas with a focus on fire prevention and public education programs, which are proven to have the greatest impact on fire safety.
Depending on the nature of the program, delivery will happen in a variety of ways, including:
An IFMS Program Delivery Specialist visits a community to deliver the program on site;
The program content is downloaded from the website and then delivered by a member of the community (self-delivery); or
Training is provided to a member of the community who then delivers the program to the community (Train the Trainer).
Community Infrastructure and Engineering Support
Will assist communities in designing and planning fire-related infrastructure, including water systems and hydrants. They will identify what individual communities need and put appropriate people in place to design and build the necessary infrastructure.