The paper "Experiences of Training of Working in the Fire Service" is an outstanding example of a management research proposal. The incidents of accidents caused by fire and other fire hazards create a great threat and a continuous danger to property and life of the citizens in different states of the world. Ruthless damages, irreversible losses and untold miseries are some of the effects brought about by fire mishaps. (Jenny, 2005), The ever-increasing number of units of chemical Industries, Oil, construction of new markets and speedy industrialization as well as Multi-storied buildings escalates day by day hazards.
Industries that deal with chemicals make industrial fires and tragedies brought about by gas are a real likelihood. In this view, useful and adequate protection not only from fire but also of property and life is a quite fundamental and imperative need. The departments concerned with training and working in the Fire services takes pride in being well conventional organisations in the state and contribute most considerably in the control and deterrence of hazards brought by fire by imparting the much-required skills in the firefighters. It is quite imperative to realize that the role of the fire service training department is not only restricted to fostering the fire fighting skills but it goes a long way into ensuring that modern skills are used in rescuing property and life as well as offering emergency and rescue relief to the victims of natural calamities and any other disaster that may occur such as the collapse of buildings, bomb blasts, explosive accidents to mention but a few.
(David, 2004) Thus such departments perform the twin task of training firefighters as well as monitoring their performances during rescue and fire fighting operations.
Being basically a service department, the prime concern of the fire fighting departments in different countries of the world is to play the sole function of rescuing property and life from destruction and damage.
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