Chief Randy R. Bruegman, CPSE President stated, “The Centerfor Public Safety Excellence is supporting the vulnerability assessment project as a means to provide a systematic process to assist communities in the evaluation of risk and resource capabilities, help to identify areas of vulnerability that are predictable and will lead to the reduction of deaths and injuries, as most are preventable incidents. I commend the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, the U.S. Fire Administration and Honeywell International, Inc., who is underwriting this project, for their commitment and vision to such an important endeavor.”
About The Center for Public Safety Excellence
The credentialing model elevates and sustains the professional standards for those persons responsible for managing and delivering essential fire and emergency services. The Center for Public Safety Excellence conducts workshops and publishes materials specifically designed to achieve and maintain a continuous path for quality improvement for both fire and emergency service agencies and personnel. CPSE has a consulting service to help the fire and emergency service community meet the new public expectations to achieve and measure standards of effectiveness for the cost and methods of delivering essential fire and emergency services.