The response capabilities fire emergency services organizations provide today have significantly changed since 1736 when Ben Franklin established the first fire department in Philadelphia. Franklin could never have imagined that fire emergency personnel donning personnel protective equipment (PPE) to include self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBA) would one day be trained to the level they are today while responding on horseless machines capable of discharging water great lengths and heights…but they are.
Despite the most basic function of the fire service, “putting the wet stuff on the red stuff”, little has changed since Franklin founded the 'bucket brigade'. However, the way fire emergency service agencies are organized and managed has. Using our experience, we work with clients to evaluate and assess key functions that affect their emergency response capabilities.
Some clients may not need support for their entire agency therefore, we offer a variety of services that will assist your organization.
Our consultation includes but is not limited to: