Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year
Fire and Life Safety educators are dedicated to teaching community members to be active participants in the safety of their families and friends. It is through fire and life safety programs that the fire service can most efficiently save lives and property. The Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year award was first presented in 2003.
The candidate must exhibit an extraordinary commitment to educating their community about fire prevention and fire safety during the year. This can be demonstrated in many ways. A few examples are:
- The Fire and Life Safety Educator developed and implemented a new fire prevention or fire safety program that improved the fire safety of members of their community.
- The Fire and Life Safety Educator displayed an extreme commitment to the members of their community to ensure the fire prevention message was received.
List of Recipients:
||Fairbanks Fire Department|
||Ketchikan Fire Department|
||Huslia Volunteer Fire Department|
||Anchorage Fire Department|
||Central Emergency Services|
||Ketchikan FD and North Tongass VFD|
||Anchorage Fire Stoppers|
||Division of Fire and Life Safety|
||South Tongass VFD|
||North Pole FD|