CTIF featured in the International Fire and Safety Journal
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CTIF President Milan Dubravac published an article in the International Fire and Safety Journal this week, about CTIF and where our organisation is heading.
Milan Dubravac was asked earlier in October this year by one of the editors of the magazine to write an exclusive article for the Influencers´Edition of the magazine, revealing his views on where the fire and safety industry is heading over the next 12 months.
In the article, the CTIF President elaborates on several challenging topics, such as climate change and the ever changing market within the fire and safety industry. He also points to several strengths which CTIF as an organisation has which helps us tackle the problems of the future; 40 member countries and growing, 70 associate members (corporations and businesses) which puts the organisation in a strong position to be able to merge fire services with fire industry and have some influence on where the fire and safety industry is heading in the future.
Milan Dubravac, the President of the International Association of Fire Services (CTIF) is a career senior fire officer from Slovenia, the EU country with the highest number of firefighters per capita in the world.
Mr Dubravac´35 years of experience in firefighting led him to several head operational Command positions within Slovenia. He is also a trained expert in the EU civil Protection Mechanism and was a member of the EU forest fire expert group until 2015.