NFPA 1250: Recommended Practice in Fire and Emergency Service Organization Risk Management
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What is NFPA 1250?
NFPA 1250: Document Scope

1.1 Scope. This recommended practice establishes minimum criteria to develop, implement, or evaluate a fire and emergency service organization (FESO) risk management program for effective risk identification, control, and financing.

This recommended practice establishes criteria to develop, implement, or evaluate a fire and emergency service organization (FESO) risk management program for effective risk identification, control, and financing in order to minimize the impact of detrimental events on individuals, the emergency services, and the jurisdiction.

Official document scope
What does NFPA 1250 address?

NFPA 1250 discusses the concept and application of risk management as used in business and municipal organizations and its role within a fire and emergency service organization. Among specific areas covered are risk management as a function of management, identifying and analyzing risk exposures, formulating and selecting solutions, and monitoring the risk management program.



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