Building designed to house firefighters, fire trucks and fire-fighting materials.
The fire station’s entrance area that is open to the public.
Hall for eating meals.
Room where meals are prepared.
Room equipped to field emergency calls, sound the alarm, determine fire locations, etc.
Workout room for fire-fighting personnel.
Room used by fire station personnel to hold meetings and discussions.
fire prevention education officer’s office
Fire prevention education officer: person responsible for visiting buildings in a specific area and ensuring that fire prevention measures are applied.
Work area reserved for the fire chief.
Workplace for administrative personnel.
Room used to store documentation such as security documents related to buildings in a specific area, maps and municipal emergency plans.
Room where officers rest at night or between fire-fighting operations.
Room furnished with several beds where firefighters rest at night or between fire-fighting operations.
Motor vehicle designed to transport fire-fighting personnel and materials and to supply water to the fire hose nozzles.
Part of the fire station where the fire trucks are parked.
officers’ toilets and showers
firefighters’ toilets and showers
Room in which employees store their street clothes.
Room in which turnouts are washed after use.
Device used to hold fire hoses.
Clothing with a specific design and color that employees wear while on duty.
Garment made of water- and fire-resistant fabric that protects the firefighter against flames, water and steam.
Device in which the fire hoses are placed to be dried after use.