The Izmir Fire Department, which rushes to help almost every region where disasters occur, continues to convey its knowledge and experience. This time Muğla Fire Department participated in the advanced Applied fire and fire extinguishing training. After 5 days of training, 40 firefighters received their certificates.
The Fire Brigade Training Branch Directorate, which operates within the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Fire Department, continues to provide advanced applied fire and fire extinguishing training to firefighters from other provinces. Muğla Fire Department participated in the trainings last.
Theoretical and practical vocational training at the Izmir Fire and Natural Disaster Training Center in Buca Toros for a team of 16 people, 15 of whom are firefighters, 9 of whom are firefighters and 40 of whom are firefighters, working in the Muğla Metropolitan Municipality Fire Department. given. After 5 days and 40 hours of training, 40 firefighters received their certificates.
To the lesson: Our solidarity will continue
Providing information about the trainings, İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Fire Department Head İsmail Derse said, “İzmir Fire Brigade has not only technical equipment but also all kinds of information equipment. Our fire brigade contributes to all domestic and foreign fire brigades in every professional subject upon requests.” Stating that the Muğla Metropolitan Municipality Fire Brigade Department follows all the developing technologies in order to intervene immediately in the difficult and distressing moments of the citizens, İsmail Derse said, “The fire brigade personnel were informed about the necessary issues by our expert teams and they were given advanced fire training. Our solidarity with Muğla Metropolitan Municipality Fire Brigade Department, with which we share all kinds of professional information, will continue. The forest fires in Muğla, which broke out in recent history and deeply upset us all, are among the most concrete examples of this. The most important element of coping with disasters is education and we will continue to provide this service to all fire departments.”