Dear CTIF community!
CTIF Fire Prevention Commission will hold our annual meeting where we discuss fire prevention issues related to fire brigades and general population. The 2015 meeting will be in Boston, US from May 13 to May 15.
This year our key issues will focus on fire risks and households active fire protection systems. Our hosts this year are NFPA and FM.
CTIF Fire Prevention Commission is looking for new members that will contribute to successful commission work. Among the major CTIF Fire Prevention Commission goals are:
* examine fire safety and safety solutions for large single story storage buildings.
* analyze the security of operative staff working circumstances and safety.
* to analyze instructions, regulations, laws and decrees about fire safety as well as the security culture prevailing.
Please consider joining us!
Aleš Jug PhD
CTIF Fire Prevention Commission Chairman
Dear comrades, I invite you cordially to our next meeting of the International Youth Leader Commission.
Date: Friday, April 17, 2015
Sunday, Arpil 19, 2015
Time: Saturday, April 18, 2015 09.30 till ca. 18.00 clock
Location: Hotel DeSilva Premium Opole ul.- Powolnego 10 45-078 Opole / Poland
Tel.: +48 77 540 70 00
www. Desilva.pl/opolefsdou 4+ 48 77 540 70 8 77 5
Program: see Appendix
Note: The conference will be held in civil. There is no uniform necessary to the whole days.
I wish all of you a pleasant journey and us a constructive meeting!
With Kind regards
One of the Fire Prevention Commission's goals is to reduce fire deaths and casualties. As we would like to follow our goals as much as possible, we have prepared a short questionnaire where we would like to collect some of the fire prevention related data. The topic was discussed at the Fire Prevention Commission meeting that was held 4-5 June 2014 at the SPEK camp and training center in Padasjoki, Finland. This document is meant to be used a base for our future work and proposals for guidelines, analysis and cooperation with other commissions.
We kindly ask you to fulfill the form and send it to: email@example.com before March 15 2015.
17. April till 19. April 2015 in Opole (Poland)
25. July 2015 in Opole (Poland)
16. October till 18. October 2015 in Portugal
The announcement of the 20th International Youth Fire Fighters Gathering is made following approval by the executive council of the CTIF.
The 20th IYFG will take place from Sunday, July 19 through Sunday, 26 July 2015 in OPOLE / Poland, under the auspices of the International Youth Leaders Commission of CTIF.
The local Association of Volunteer Fire Departments of the Republic of Poland is responsible for the organisation of the event.
The organization's management for the CTIF accepts the chairman of the International Youth Leaders Commission, Jörn-Hendrik KUINKE.
The organization’s management of the competitions accepts the International Competition leader, BR Ignaz MASCHA, Austria.
The technical execution of the international youth firefighters competitions will be in compliance with the International Competition Rules for youth brigades (7th Edition May 2012) and the information from the judges’ training from 2014.
In case of differences in the interpretation of the rules, the competition GERMAN VERSION alone is valid.
This invitation is sent to all national fire service organizations of CTIF and it is hoped that as many organizations as possible send youth groups to the event.
Because of new technologies and energy sources, the industry is increasingly focusing on alternative drives and fuels. These recommendations are focused on flammable gases, liquids, combustion engines with electric motors and many other combinations more.
The document was prepared together by the Hazardous materials commission and the commission on Extrication & new technology.
Protokoll der 17.Sitzung
Mittwoch, 1. Oktober 2014, 10.00 bis 16.00 Uhr
Niedersächsische Akademie für Brand- und Katastrophenschutz, Celle, Deutschland
The POP-ALERT Project Consortium is delighted to announce the conclusion of two succesful events 26. November 2014. The events brought together stakeholders from crisis management community to share ideas and experiences on populations behaviour in the context of a crisis, the ways in which different populations are organised in communities, the best ways to reach and raise awareness within these communities, the priority issues for European citizens, etc.