Survey Looking at Challenges to Implementing Community Risk Reduction


By Ed Comeau

The Vision 20/20 Project is conducting an important voluntary survey to identify challenges to implementing Community Risk Reduction programs in the fire service. There are two versions of the survey that we are asking to have completed, one for line (operations) firefighters and another for those in charge of fire safety education programs. The data is confidential and only summary results will be used.

The survey takes about five minutes to complete and can be accessed from any device with an internet connection, at work or from home.

We are asking that the survey be completed as soon as possible. Your department’s participation is very much appreciated. Also, please share this with others that may be willing to fill it in!

Firefighter Survey (Ideally, this would be filled out by at least 10 firefighters from your department.)

Fire prevention program administrators

This survey is part of research being undertaken by Vision 20/20, a project of the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) – U.S. Branch, which has the IAFC, IAFF, NFPA, NVFC, and many other major fire organizations represented on its Steering Committee.   The results will be shared widely to benefit those who want a better understanding of how to expand the concepts of community risk reduction throughout the fire service.  

Additional background on the survey can be found at the Vision 20/20 website.   


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