Ministry of the
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Fire Prevention Effectiveness Model - Position Paper

Comprehensive Fire Safety Effectiveness Model

Fire Prevention Effectiveness Model - Position Paper

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Section I: Needs Analysis

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Identify The Fire Risk
1.3 Create A Fire Concern Profile
Section II: Program Selection, Development & Implementation

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Minimum Suggested Programs
2.3 Inspections
2.3.1 Selection
Types Of Inspection
Method Of Inspection
Categories Of Buildings
Frequency Of Inspections
2.3.2 Development & Implementation
2.4 Public Safety Education
2.4.1 Selection
Audience Selection
Determine The Available Resources
Method Of Delivery
Types Of Activities
2.4.2 Development & Implementation
2.5 Fire Incident Evaluation
2.5.1 Selection
Using The Information
Select The Fire Incidents Subject To Fire Incident Evaluation
Levels Of Fire Incident Evaluation
Levels Of Skills/Knowledge
2.5.2 Development & Implementation
Section III: Program Evaluation

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Program Evaluation Method
Program Planning Components
Program Measurement Components
Program Evaluation Components

Appendix I - Needs Analysis
Appendix II - Assessing Staff Requirements