Irish Fire Services Resource
DFB 150th Anniversary Stamps
RTE Firefighters Show
This September on RTÉ One an exciting new series will take you right into the heart of the action with the brave men and women of Dublin Fire and Rescue.
Dublin Fire Brigade and ambulance services receive around 133,000 calls a year. Whatever the emergency, whenever it happens, the firefighters are first to respond, putting themselves in danger to save lives. And it's not just fighting fires. Every member of Dublin Fire and Rescue is a trained paramedic, and whether it's ambulance services, rapid river rescues, marine emergency response or high line rescues that are called for, they're equipped and trained to give people in need of rescue the best chance of survival.
Using state of the art technology including vehicle and helmet mounted cameras this series will bring viewers deep into the heart of the fire scene with the firefighters themselves to witness and experience a level of danger, drama and emotion never before seen on Irish television.
Keeping Communites Safe & CAMP
Please read attached documents.These document will have significant implications for the Irish Fire Service and for you as a Fire Fighter.
Two draft documents are under development by the National Directorate, both of which are now at consultation stage.
Camp the Next Generation 2012
This is draft report on the review of the CAMP Project, setting out recommendations for future directions.
Keeping Communites Safe Draft Document
This relates to the development of guidance on an integrated approach to keeping communities safe, and is presented as a powerpoint file as it is at an earlier stage of development than the draft CAMP report.
Letter from the Minister Fire Services Update on National Directorate Priority Projects 3 April 2012
Emergency Services Ireland Magazine New Issue
As part of the new helicopter fleet for the Irish Coast Guard, the latest Sikorsky S-92A landed in Ireland at the end of January, with another four aircraft due for delivery during 2013.
Reserve Defence Force volunteers want to play a more active role in supporting the Irish Army. However, Tom Walsh, general secretary of the Reserve Defence Force Representative Association, claims Government policy is hampering their efforts.
An RNLI campaign will see every lifeboat station in Ireland take delivery of new specially-designed lifejackets, which have been commissioned by the RNLI for search and rescue work and have been given the seal of approval from lifeboat volunteers.
Major Incident Medical Management & Support Course
The Major Incident Medical Management and Support (MIMMS) courses teach a systematic and practical approach to field medical management at these disasters. The approach can be applied to any major incident. The 3 day course equips multidisciplinary teams with a system to manage multi-casualty incidents, including pre-event planning, triage, command & control, radio procedure and patient transport.