CTIF News Focus: Women in Fire & Rescue
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"You have to break with the idea that firefighting is a craft for men"
The goal of the CTIF Commission for Women in Rescue and Fire Services is to promote inclusive fire and rescue services for all women, improve working conditions for all women within those services and make fire and rescue services rescue are more attractive. In this way, women want to be applied for and become operational firefighters, and they continue to have the support to stay in the profession, as well as learn from different experiences, learn best practices, and encourage more countries to become members. assets of the Commission.