The Mukilteo Fire Department protects lives and property by providing fire suppression, fire prevention & education, technical rescue, hazardous material and emergency medical services to the community. The department is staffed by 29.5 full-time career personnel. The department serves the city from two fire stations staffed by career personnel 24-hours per day, 365 days per year: fire station 24, located in the northern downtown part of the city and fire station 25, located in the central part of the city. The department is organized into five divisions.
Fire Station 25 Headquarters
Fire Station 24 Headquarters
The fire administration division provides activities of a general nature to oversight management of the fire department's five divisions and all personnel. This division provides direction to department personnel in accordance with goals and objectives. This division oversees the operating budget, develops strategic planning and oversees disaster planning programs as well as provides incident command to responses. All program documentation, processing and archiving is completed in this division.
The training division is responsible for all aspects of training and safety to include classes in tactics and strategy, fire suppression, emergency medical services, rescue and extrication, hazardous materials, disaster response, and leadership along with personnel management.
||The Training Captain also serves as the department Safety Officer which encompasses emergency scene safety responsibilities, personnel health safety in addition to non-emergency risk assessment and management.|
The fire prevention division provides fire safety inspections, fire and injury prevention education and other community services. This division oversees public education programs, station tours, safety education classes and CPR programs.
The Fire Marshal performs technical inspections of building and facilities to determine conformity with the city fire and building codes. This division also conducts education services for fire and injury prevention and other prevention programs. This division determines cause and origin of fires and prepares case material for prosecution.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
The emergency medical services (EMS) division provides advanced life support (ALS) and basic life support (BLS) services to the community with trained paramedics and emergency medical technicians. Both fire stations are cross-staffed with ambulance services.
The EMS Division provides paramedic ALS services through a contract with the City of Lynnwood. One ALS unit is staffed with two paramedic/firefighters 24/7 and responds from the Fire Station 25, located on Harbour Pointe Blvd. N. at 47th Pl W.
The fire suppression division renders fire suppression, hazardous material responses and technical rescue services to the community and local region from two staffed fire stations. The division regularly trains and performs drills on a local and regional basis to maintain skills and improve services. The fire supression division operates one 95" Ladder Platform, three Fire Engines, two command units and one Rescue Unit.
2014-21 - Fire Marshal
Monday, August 18, 2014
Major Job Duties and Responsibilities
Performs administrative, field and supervisory work in enforcing and directing the fire prevention bureau activities, fire investigation and fire educational duties; performs related work as required. This is a Civil Service position and is full-time, exem... Read more...
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