District produces first ever 'Year End Report'...
2015 Year-End Report
As your Fire Chief I take pride in presenting the Year End Report for the Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District. The dedicated professionals of this organization, both career and volunteer, have worked diligently to ensure that our public receives excellent services while being accountable for our funds. Since the levy increase in 2013 we have... (more)
District creates Annual Training Plan...
The Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District is an all-hazards response organization, responding to any call for service from the community or neighboring jurisdictions. This unique responsibility requires dedication and planning from all members of the District. Part of this planning includes increasing and maintaining the operational capabilities of members of the SBFPD. The skills, knowledge, and abilities of our members is critical to the successful outcomes during these all-hazards responses. By developing a written training plan, we can focus our efforts on successfully fulfilling our roles as emergency responders.
The Annual Training Plan (ATP) will ensure that all personnel are receiving the appropriate amount and type of training. The topics and amount of training will be based on multiple factors. These include local community needs, state, local and federal requirements, ISO recommendations, deficiencies noted during emergency incidents or training evolutions, self-development, industry-wide best practices, and any other topic deemed necessary. During the development phase of the ATP, a review of operating strengths and weaknesses shall be conducted in order to better prioritize the needs of the District into the next year. Included in this review would be the results of the Minimum Company Standards annual evaluation, lessons learned from any post-incident analyses, and results from other training and emergency incidents, with additional feedback provided by the Operations Committee. In addition to the items listed on the calendar, each fire company is responsible for ensuring they are knowledgeable in regards to all aspects of their station local. This includes the road network, target hazards, topography, fire suppression systems and capabilities, etc. Time should be spent on a regular basis to ensure each member is familiar with their station local.
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