This book was developed to assist paid and volunteer firefighters in the quest to become fire officers. Based on NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Competency, 2003 Edition, this updated book features vital information for those who seek certification as Fire Officer I or II. Comprehensive coverage not only satisfies the operational requirements of NFPA 1021 levels I and II, but also addresses the all-important 'soft skills' that are essential to quick mastery of the fire officer position. Human resource management, communication, leadership, community and government relations, administration and management, fire prevention, inspections and investigations, and safety issues are all addressed for proficiency on the job. In this regard, the book is also useful for members of rescue squads, emergency medical response agencies, and other similar emergency organizations.
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This book is full of useful information. I am using it in a college course as the required text, but it will also help me in my career. If entertainment is what you are seeking you might want to ... Read full review
I am not a writer or an editor, I am reading this book for a promotional exam. However I have noticed this book has more grammar and punctuation errors than a textbook should be allowed to have, especially after the 3rd edition.
The Company Officers Responsibility
The National Competency Standard for Fire
Organizing Your Own Company
Management in Modern Organizations
The Role of the Federal Government in Fire
Putting lt All Together
One Final Comment
CHAPTER 13 THE COMPANY
How to Determine the Leadership Style
Building a Relationship With Your
Performance Evaluation Systems
Taking Disciplinary Action
Still Not Convinced?
OFFlCERS ROLE lN PERSONNEL