An @fire alarm is issued via the central telephone hotline. Under it, a manager can be reached 24 hours a day and is available for feedback and inquiries.
By focusing on international missions after natural disasters, among others within the framework of UN mandates, @fire has experience, capabilities and capacities that could also be deployed within Germany within the framework of disaster control if required.
For this @fire is already recognized as a component of the authorities and organizations with security tasks (BOS) in disaster control. As a non-profit and voluntary aid organization, the assignment is generally free of charge in accordance with the statutes.
- Operational tactical consulting
- Forest fire forecast with fire analysis
- Mediation of experts
- By phone/on site/on staff
- Expert advice
- Securing the operation site / safety assistant
- Site reconnaissance / mapping
- Fire area detection and monitoring
- Hazard management
- Use of drone technology and small, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs)
- Enlargement / creation of protective strips to prevent fire jumps
- Influencing a damaging fire by the pre- or counterfire application
- Fire use for disease control in open spaces
- Autonomous use in rough terrain
- Application of wound strips
- Waterless fire fighting
- Air transportable
- Advice on the selection of tactics for the use of aircraft
- Support with the request of aircraft and special forces
- By telephone / on site / on the staff
- Support or independent command in the operational section air
- Coordination of air and ground forces
- Documentation for the operational section air
- Establishment and operation of landing fields
- Coordination of water shedding and ground forces
- Preparation and transport of external loads and personnel
In addition, @fire - also in cooperation with our partners - has the ability to react to and support special operational situations at short notice.
A full account of @fire’s deployment options, including in classification .…
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