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WANT TO SAVE LIVES? LS FIRE DEPARTMENT OPENS RECRUITMENT!
By Jack Fairfield | April 23rd, 2019.
“The Los Santos Fire Department preserves life and property, promotes public safety and fosters economic growth through a commitment to prevention, preparedness, response and recovery as an all risk life safety response provider”
(Los Santos Fire Department
Do you enjoy helping; being kind and providing safety to others around you? Then the Los Santos Fire Department could be the opportunity for you! The esteemed fire service have recently opened their applications for recruitment of the role of a Firefighter. This includes challenges such as scrutinizing public areas for safety; taming dangerous and devastating fires, and proudly preserving life for the citizens of San Andreas.
The Los Santos Fire Department recently appointed former Fire Captains Matthew Borrelli and Keira Lance as acting Fire Deputy Chiefs. This comes after the unexpected departure of Fire Chief Tim Wright and Assistant Chief Darius Johnson earlier this year in March. With a fresh administration, now is a great opportunity to sign up and become a part of the flourishing fire service.
Applications to become a Firefighter close Friday the 26th, so do not hesitate to take advantage of this opportunity if you wish to have a positive impact upon the future of Los Santos.
Requirements for entry into the Los Santos Fire Department:
More information as well as how to apply can be found on the Los Santos Fire Department website
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: Firerescue1.com says
I hate to be the evil person who bursts your bubble, but the average firefighter may only see fire once a month, and may never grab someone from the clutches of death.
In most fire departments, emergency medical service responses make up over 70 percent of the dispatched calls. Of those medical events, the overwhelming majority only require basic life support or EMT-level skills, if even that.
In most fire departments, fires make up less than 10 percent of the calls. Actual working fires may even make up less than 5 percent. Ask most firefighters who have been on the job for at least five years and I'll bet the majority have never rescued anyone at a fire.
If you're getting into this line of work to fight fire and save lives, you're going to be disappointed and possibly unhappy with your choice of occupation. Seriously, I have seen it happen when firefighters with a year or two on the job say how unhappy they are because their department doesn't fight that much fire and because they have yet to save anyone's life.
Didn't they do their homework or research? Or were they too focused on the sexy image of what firefighters do that is often portrayed in the movies or on TV? Were they too focused on the dollar signs and the 10 working days a month?
While it is true that we do save many lives directly and indirectly through aggressive fire prevention and public education efforts, we typically don't get to see the fruits of our labor.
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