Irish Fire Services Resource
Fire Investigators of Ireland Training Day April 30th 2014
The theme will be the how to investigate the scene of a fire and the compiling of a report. Case studies from Fire Investigators, information from the Garda Technical Bureau and scene photography will be among the topics covered.
The conference is aimed at those working in the industry from Fire Investigators, Gardaí, Fire Services, Insurance Investigators, Police Services and other interested parties.
A PDF poster listing the speakers and topics can be downloaded by clicking the link. Feel free to download and display the poster in your workplace if you feel it may be of interest to your colleagues.
Dublin Fire Brigade Ambulance under Threat
Dublin Fire Brigade (DFB) have been providing an Ambulance service to the citizens of the city and county since 1898. All Firefighters in the DFB are also paramedics and they rotate between fire and ambulance duties. This dual role, fire based emergency medical service is internationally recognised as best practice. It is replicated in cities such as Seattle, New York, Dusseldorf , Frankfort etc. If a person in Dublin suffers a cardiac arrest ( heart and breathing stops ), an ambulance and fire appliance is dispatched. This ensures a top level of pre-hospital care with up to 8 paramedics on scene. The Dublin city manager Mr. Owen Keegan has announced
National Firefighter & Emergency Services 5-a-Sides , May 2014 , Galway
Dear Fellow Firefighters/Emergency Service Members,
I am writing to you on behalf of the Galway Fire Brigade Sports & Social Club to invite your Station to participate in the upcoming National Firefighters & Emergency Services Soccer 5-a-sides. The event will take place on the 24th May 2014 in Galway City .We had run this event annually attracting teams from Brigades and Stations throughout Ireland and England.
Dublin Fire Brigade Recruiting
Dublin City Council would like to recruit committed and enthusiastic individuals to join its East Region Control Centre (ERCC), Dublin Fire Brigade, as Emergency Services Controller (Temporary). Candidates must be at least 18 years of age on the latest date for receipt of applications.
Controllers receive emergency calls from the public and other agencies, and provide administrative support to the ERCC and participating fire authorities as required.
Successful candidates will be trained at the Dublin Fire Brigade Training Centre for a period of approximately 10 weeks and will then be assigned to the ERCC where they will undergo a further 4 weeks training.
Masterchef Candidates Sought
THE SEARCH IS ON TO FIND IRELAND’S NEXT MASTERCHEF!
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If so, we want to hear from you!
Don’t miss out, APPLY NOW for the chance to become the next MasterChef Ireland Champion and win a cash prize of €25,000!
Application deadline is 22nd July 2013
For more information and to apply go to: