Unit reflection paper.pdf Unit III Reflection PaperFor this assignment, you are asked to prepare a Reflection Paper. After you finish the reading assignment for this unit, reflect on the concepts, choose one, and write about it. Consider the concepts that you may not fully understand; what did not quite make sense? The purpose of this assignment is to provide you with the opportunity to reflect on the material covered in this course and to expand upon those thoughts. If you are unclear about a concept, either read it again, or ask your professor about it.This is not a summary. A Reflection Paper is an opportunity for you to express your thoughts about the material by writing about them.The writing you submit must meet the following requirements: Be at least one page in length Include one historical change or event that had an impact on the current fire prevention practices. Include your thoughts about the concepts from this unit’s Reading Assignment Optional—through this Reflection Paper, consider brainstorming ideas about how you would increase the public’s awareness about the importance of reacting to a fire. Use your creative ability and consider ideas other than what the textbook has to offer.Format your Reflection Paper using APA style. Use your own words, and include citations and references as needed to avoid plagiarism.Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.UNIT III STUDY GUIDE
Preparation, Organization, and Administration
of Fire Prevention Personnel for Prevention
Duties and Instilling Positive Fire Reaction
Course Learning Outcomes for Unit III
Preparing Fire Service
Personnel for Fire
Municipal Fire Prevention
Instilling Positive Fire
Upon completion of this unit, students should be able to:
1. Analyze the role of fire prevention and the fire service administration
within municipal government.
2. Summarize the functions of fire prevention within the fire service.
3. Compare and contest the relationship of fire prevention and the fire
service to other municipal agencies.
4. Analyze the sources of conflict within the fire department and describe
the effect the conflict has on the fire service in general.
5. Summarize the history of fire prevention within the fire service.
6. Assess the need to instill positive fire reaction and the effect this has on
the fire service.
7. Review fire reporting procedures and how they will affect the fire service.
1. Howard D. Tipton
2. Master Plan
3. National Board on Fire
4. NFPA 1031
5. NFPA 1033
6. NFPA 1035
7. Philadelphia Fire
8. Prefire Planning
1. America at Risk
2. Fire Prevention
3. SARA Title III
8. Compare publicity and media programs and how they affect the fire
prevention effort of the fire service.
9. Explain how volunteer fire departments are able to be successful and
the effect volunteers have on the fire service.
The primary motivation behind the organization of most fire departments has
been that of suppression. Many people believe that the fire department’s
obligations have been met if the department responds to and brings under
control all fires to which it is called, and fire prevention in the past has not been
generally thought of as being a part of the basic responsibility of many fire
departments. The trend has been toward recognition of the rightful place of fire
prevention as a dual function of fire protection. Major fire departments are
beginning to include fire prevention training as part of their basic training
programs, and more attention is being paid to the subject of fire prevention. An
important development has been the establishment of a National Professional
Qualifications System for state certification of fire service personnel at several
levels of professional competence in the classifications of firefighter, fire
inspector, fire investigator, public fire and safety educator, fire service instructor,
and fire service officer.
An integral part of fire prevention planning and education is instilling awareness
to the public on how to act and what to do in the event of a fire, at home or in
public places. Any assessment of human reactions anticipated in a fire
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emergency must take into account individuals of all ages, health classifications,
physiques, occupations, and temperaments. Fire severity, location, the manner
in which it started, and the presence of individuals in the fire area must be
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