We learned not to make whole cities out of wood or build buildings so close together. One of the most important things we learned was to get a proper fire department and a proper method of putting fires out. There were fire codes made and put into use. It took years for Chicago to recover. But they did, surely but
Strategic Planning and Change Management Student’s Name Institution’s Affiliation Abstract The fire department plays an important role in the promotion and maintenance of the safety and wellbeing of individuals within the community. Strategic planning, as an organizational management function, can be used to help the fire service department navigate changes and address pertinent problems and challenges. Through this paper, the Watsonville fire department is extensively examined with particular focus on the drivers of change, the challenges faced by the department, and recommendations going into the future. In addition, the paper also examines the department’s current strategic plan and assesses its chances of success.
I believe the principle of federalism did work in the case of Hurricane Katrina because federalism is the subject to the powers of several government units by the citizens. In the time of Katrina before the storm the locals such as mayor, policemen and working men would gather all resources for the citizens to prepare for the storm. Building the shelters and contacting the State, which made evacuations declare and curfews made. Once the State got involved they started to prepare development officials and stand by. State of emergency was declared by this time and soon they asked for help from the federal, also known to be the president of FEMA or Military.
In the reading the Mayor of Dust, he talks about the tattoos on his arms. On the left arm, he stated, “the tattoos are the dates of the five people we lost to senseless violence in Braddock since I took office” (Fetterman 2). This shows that the youth programming that Fetterman started is a great thing and if other people see this then they might move to this community. This also has nothing to do with the creative class that Florida believes is the best thing to make everything
The most unforgettable day was when Rodney took me to the fire station in Girard where he is a volunteer firefighter and allowed me to see how everything works and I was able to try on his uniform. I learned how they handle everything from the beginning of a call to the ending. I was showed how they handle the rescue once they get notified, depending on the type of incident; the chief will decide who comes to the station first and who goes directly to the scene since this is a volunteer fire community On the scene of a fire first, you will get the hoses off the truck and attach them to the hydrants. First, they begin to spray the fire and move into position to go inside and clear the building Most importantly, when it has been cleared of any
The Golden Fire Department is a part of my life and I am proud team member of this organization. As the rest of members of this organization I want to make it successful among other City departments and community. I feel needed by being involved in supporting Captain Tom Young in his daily life needs and acomplishing goals with the Golden Fire Department, also, assisting other fire department’s bureaus in administrative responsibilities or by giving to them media support.
“Yep, pretty much.” Jackson said. “The world no longer has any form of government or order, and the population of the world has been significantly reduced. In fact, you’re the first person I’ve talked to since the bombs dropped.” “The first person? So that must mean none of your friends or family survived?” asked Olympia. “Most likely, my home was even closer to the bomb than your house was.” Jackson said as he stoked the fire.
Twenty years prior to the war, the first form of anesthesia was used on a patient in order to remove a tumor from their neck. The use of anesthetics was scarce, only until its use skyrocketed during the course of the Civil War. Anesthesia brought new opportunities for medical workers to use on their wounded patients. The Union and Confederate armies both benefited dramatically from the introduction of chloroform: it was non-flammable and allowed surgeons to perform various procedures on soldiers by reducing pain quickly, and
In the year 1889, the International Maritime Conference was established by the United States to establish proper guidelines to prevent marine accidents. In the year 1897, these rules were officially adopted internationally. Christopher columbus did not have a VDR or (voyage data recorder). A VDR is a instrument safely installed on a ship to continuously record vital information related to the operation of a vessel. It contains a voice recording system for a period of at least last 12 hours.It would have probably made his trip go a lot faster because Columbus most likely backtracked a bunch and went in circles.
My fight against Big Tobacco began when I was in 8th grade, and got involved in my cities Clean-Air initiative. Coming from a small town in the Northwest corner of Missouri, it 's always been extremely rough to gain any community support for tobacco control. After my experiences with Clean-Air Smithville, it became evident to me that tobacco addiction is a huge problem in our society and it was up to me to help combat that. My family and I have been greatly affected by this issue with the loss of my grandfather, to lung cancer, because of his life of cigarette smoking. Serving as the Youth Co-chair of our community coalition, I 've gotten many opportunities to educate my community and myself about why tobacco policy is important to us.
Fort Sumter was built on an island at the entrance on charleston harbor in South Carolina to defend the major ports of the United States. Major Anderson decided to withdraw his troops from the fort on April 12, 1861. Beauregard from the confederacy attacked the Union troops. Thank God no one was killed in the attack. On Friday, April 12, 1861, at 4:30 a.m., Confederate batteries opened fire on Fort Sumter and continued for 34 hours.
On Friday morning, July 10, 2015, the Confederate battle flag which was home to South Carolina 's Capitol grounds was cast down after 54 years. The flag was taken to South Carolina 's Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum. To many the flag was a banner of racial subjugation, and withheld a deeply painful meaning. The Confederate battle flag was designed to stick out, but it was never intended to be the political flag of the confederate states, although it was integrated into it over the course of the civil war. Today the battle flag consists of a blue St. Andrew 's cross with white stars on a red flag which was designed by politician William Porcher Miles, however it wasn 't always this way.