Framework for Indigenous Fire Marshal Service Training Programs

Jun 1, 2021 | News

We looked at the findings of Home Safety, Fire Department, and Community Fire Safety Assessments and created a suite of programs and services to help you meet your community fire and life safety goals.

Did you know?

You do not need a fire department to run a successful Fire and Life Safety Program.

Here’s how our current programs connect: 

  1. Your community conducts Home Safety, Fire Department, and Community Fire Safety Assessments to get a snapshot of current strengths and opportunities. These assessments provide a clear picture of your community’s resources and needs and also serve as a benchmark that you can measure performance against. Did the changes that you made work? How much impact did they have?
  2. Community leadership and fire department chief officers participate in foundational training that provides them with a common understanding of emergency management frameworks as well as their individual and collective responsibilities.
  3. With a greater understanding of the unique risks and needs of your community, fire department chief officers and community leadership can initiate fire and life safety education plans. The three fire and life safety training programs that follow build on each other to provide the participants with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to design and deliver measurable fire and life safety education programs specific to your community’s needs.
  4. After developing a fire department training plan to meet the community’s fire and life safety, the fire department begins training personnel to the appropriate standards. Our foundational programs are suitable for all departments and provide you with the knowledge and resources to ensure your equipment and apparatus is ready to respond when needed.
  5. Your community now has a solid fire prevention program in place and your fire department’s equipment and apparatus are ready to respond.