Chief Officer, 4th Edition - IFSTA
IFSTA Chief Officer is designed to give you the information you need to become an effective chief officer. Included in this book is information on human resource management all the way to emergency incident management and everything in between. This book provides you with all the information you need, but it is up to you to actually learn the material so you can get promoted and are prepared to do the job on day one. FiredUp is here to help you with your fire department promotional exam prep by helping you learn the material in this book so you can pass your written promotional exam. Read the book then test and improve your knowledge with FiredUp’s fire officer practice tests that come straight from the content of the Chief Officer book. A nice thing about the newer editions of IFSTA books, including this book, is that you can get them in either digital or print versions.
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Chapter 1: Human Resources Management
Chapter 2: Community Relations
Chapter 3: Emergency Services Administration
Chapter 4: Fire Inspection and Safety Planning
Chapter 5: Emergency Services Delivery
Chapter 6: Emergency Management
Chapter 7: Human Resources Management
Chapter 8: Risk Management
Chapter 9: Government Relations
Chapter 10: Emergency Services Administration Planning