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The Fire Rescue Division is comprised of 80 budgeted positions and a budget of 8 million dollars. The fire rescue division supplies the general fund with revenue of 2 million dollars annually for EMS collections. Fire Rescue is responsible for the protection of life and property of the residents and visitors of Flagler County.

Flagler County Fire Rescue provides structural fire protection. Wild land fire fighting, specialty rescue such as confined space rescue, trench rescue, elevated rope rescue, vehicle and machinery extrication, building collapse rescue and water rescue to the residents of Flagler County. The Fire Rescue Division provides advanced life support paramedical services to the entire county spanning more the 485 square miles.

The Fire Rescue Division has a fleet of 44 vehicles for providing fire and EMS services. There are 9 fire engines, 10 medical transport units, 6 woods trucks, 6 attack trucks, 3 water tenders, 5 staff vehicles and 5 specialty vehicles.

The Fire Rescue Division is also held accountable to certain industry standards. A few of the industry standards are from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Association (EPA), National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) local, State and Federal Administrative codes, State statutes and laws and the Insurance Services Organization (ISO). The above organizations require the type of equipment we should have on hand, the type of training we are to provide, how we operate on emergency scenes, and the manpower we should have on duty.

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