European Association of Professional Fire Brigade Officers
Association européenne des officiers professionnels sapeurs-pompiers (AEOPSP)
Europäische Vereinigung der Berufsfeuerwehroffiziere
Associazione Europea degli Ufficiali Professionisti dei Vigili del Fuoco
Europese Vereniging van Beroepsbrandweerofficieren
Europaeiske Forening af Professionelle Brandofficerer
1975, Luxembourg, on the initiative of Robert Vangeel.
Compare, pool and disseminate knowledge acquired by members in the exercise of their profession; examine and apply new methods of fire-fighting and operations entailing the mobilization of firefighting and rescue brigades; seek to lay down standards for equipment; study and promote measures of fire prevention and the prevention of panic; create public awareness of the economic, social and human role played by fire-fighting and rescue services both in peacetime and in war; define the position of the fire-fighting service and that of the professional officer in modern society; harmonize provisions governing training, recruitment and promotion of service personnel.Available with paid subscription only.
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English, French, German.
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Members in 12 countries
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- Social Activity
- Societal Problems
- Emotional fulfilment
- Emotional Fulfilment
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