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CFAI accreditation is a process of agency self-assessment. The Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) will provide your agency the accreditation model, various accreditation publications and trainings, and access to experienced peer assessors.
The Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) has 11 members that represent a cross-section of the fire and emergency service, including fire departments, city and county management, labor, standards development organizations, and the U.S. Department of Defense.
Well, approximately 225 departments are accredited with more to come in the near future.
What is Accreditation? CFAI accreditation is a process of agency self-assessment. The Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) will provide your agency the accreditation model, various accreditation publications and trainings, and access to experienced peer assessors.
There are less than 200 fire departments in the United States with a Class 1 rating. Insurance companies use ISO information combined with other factors to establish local commercial business and residential property insurance rates generally offering lower premiums in communities with better protection.
A company called the ISO (Insurance Services Office) creates ratings for fire departments and their surrounding communities. ... In the ISO rating scale, a lower number is better: 1 is the best possible rating, while a 10 means the fire department did not meet the ISO's minimum requirements.
There are less than 200 fire departments in the United States with a Class 1 rating. Insurance companies use ISO information combined with other factors to establish local commercial business and residential property insurance rates generally offering lower premiums in communities with better protection.
The Class 1 rating is the highest possible score that can be given to any fire department nationwide. ... The ISO ratings process involves a periodic detailed analysis of all fire department equipment and operations, the District's water system, and emergency 9-1-1 communications system.
An ISO fire insurance rating, also referred to as a fire score or Public Protection Classification (PPC), is a score from 1 to 10 that indicates how well-protected your community is by the fire department.
Class 1 Fire Department. ... The Fire Department section considers apparatus, equipment, staffing, automatic and mutual aid, pre-fire planning, and training. The interrelationship of engines, trucks, rescues, and other companies is also considered.
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