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2016 Metro Fire Chiefs Conference. The Challenge of Change. 1. Ernest Mitchell, Jr.. United States Fire Administrator. 2. 3. Data Collection and Analysis. Public Education and Awareness. Applied Research and Technology. ID: 536953 Download Presentation

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United States Fire Administration2016 Metro Fire Chiefs ConferenceThe Challenge of Change

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Ernest Mitchell, Jr.

United States Fire Administrator

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Data Collection and Analysis

Public Education and AwarenessApplied Research and TechnologyTraining (Fire & EMS)Deployment Assistance (Disaster Response Support)Information Services

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Fire kills over 3,000 and injures 16,000 people each year. Approximately, 100 firefighters die on duty each year. Direct property losses due to fire reach almost $12 billion a year.

Most of these deaths and losses can be prevented!

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Firefighter Injuries

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Firefighter Fatalities

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Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service

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One of a new leader’s greatest challenges is to determine what remains consistent and what must change – knowing where the line is between these two issues makes a good leader.

-- Max DePree, Leadership Is An Art

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The Future of the Fire and Emergency Services

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Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like."

-Lao Tzu

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Reduce Deaths, Injuries and Property Loss from FireSmoke DetectorsResidential Fire SprinklersManufactured HousingHeart Disease and StrokesCommunity Risk Reduction – All Hazards (Public Engagement and Adding Value)

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Modernize

NFIRSOnline EducationAFG and SAFER GrantsAutomatic Fire SprinklersEnhance CommunicationsWUI and Climate Impacts

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Wildland Urban Interface

The Future…

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Managing Officer Program

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No notice catastrophic event

Intra and Inter-state community aid

Build database – Information and Coordination

Identify potential resources and analyze

No Notice

Deployment

Firefighter Coordination

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Active shooter/mass casualty events are a reality in modern American life.

The overall goal is to plan, prepare and respond to save the maximum number of lives possible.

Active Shooter/Mass Casualty

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Coordinated Integrated Whole Community Response

Fire/Rescue/EMS and Law EnforcementCritical Actions - THREAT T - Threat suppression H - Hemorrhage control RE - Rapid Extrication to safety A - Assessment by medical providers T - Transport to definitive careBystander Engagement

The Hartford Consensus

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Joint Counterterrorism Awareness Worship Series

Program to Enhance Preparedness for Complex, Coordinated Terrorist Attacks

JCTAWS

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Media

Rapid Communications

Technology

Training and Education

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United States Fire Administration

www.usfa.fema.gov

OpenFEMA (Big Data – API Files)

www.fema.gov/openfema


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