About FM

Safeguarding a community’s well-being starts with prevention. Navigating the intricate path of averting emergencies and minimizing risks demands meticulous effort. One of the roles leading this effort is that of the prevention officer which encompasses many responsibilities:

Conducting fire safety inspections and enforcing codes, fortifying the community’s resilience. Unveiling the truth behind incidents through thorough fire cause investigation and proactive prevention measures. Illuminating the path to safety with public education and awareness initiatives. Weaving a web of collaboration to crystallize emergency response plans. Upholding the integrity of fire regulations, ensuring compliance across the landscape.

Earning the designation of Fire Marshal signifies your unwavering commitment. It’s a mark of your dedication, fortified by training and education, to meet the challenges head-on. Carve a path that assures safety, confidence, and harmony for your community by earning the designation of Fire Marshal, where proactive leadership shapes the destiny of lives and and your community.

FM Requirements

To qualify for FM, fire prevention officers or fire marshals with management responsibilities over various aspects of fire prevention programs, including code enforcement, education, fire investigations, or engineering:

  • 150 points, which can be earned through education and
  • Points for education range from 25 to 150 and can include an Academic Certificate
  • Experience points range from 5 to 60 and may be influenced by the length of time in the position.

Providing an organizational chart is required to confirm their position within the department.