This planning guide will introduce you to a simple, easy-to-use planning process to develop a fire safety program for your community. Since the planning process is based on the experiences of other rural communities, we know all the steps work. Examples throughout the guide will help you apply each step to your community. These examples, along with the other information, make using the steps straightforward. All of the information in this planning guide is based on the U S Fire Administration's (USFA's) booklet Public Fire Education Planning: A Five-Step Process.Your departmenta#39;s incident reports are the best source of local information on your communitya#39;s fire problem . ... Most U .S . fire departments use a standardized form from the USFAa#39;s National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) .
|Title||:||Public Fire Education Planning for Rural Communities|
|Author||:||Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Fire Administration|
|Publisher||:||FEMA - 2013-04-29|