Fire Science Management

The sudden and critical nature of demands placed on fire services for municipalities and county units of governments requires agencies to be managed professionally and trained in highly effective techniques for optimal services. The efficiency of fire services is of utmost importance to communities.

Typical areas covered by PSSG in our evaluations and studies include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Procedures/Managing Large Scale Incidents
  • Tactical and Emergency Team Coordination
  • Fire Prevention and Suppression
  • Recruitment, Selection and Promotion Practices
  • Managing Volunteer Fire Officers
  • Resource Allocation
  • Workforce Allocation Studies
  • Facilities Management
  • Command/Supervisory Decision Making
  • Internal Auditing and Staff Inspections
  • Leadership and Training
  • Labor- Management Relations
  • Community Fire Protection Planning
  • Measuring Fire Protection