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The Assam Fire Service Organization came into existence by taking over and merging the Fire Stations belonging to the Municipal Boards of Shillong & Silchar by the State Govt. of Assam in the year 1956. Further, the organisation was amalgamated with Assam Polie Department w.e.f 01/05/1959 with posting of a  Supdt of Police-Cum-Fire Service Adviser rank officer.  Later on, it was upgraded to Director Fire Service in the year 1983 with posting of a DIG rank Officer.  With tagging of State  Disaster Response Force (SDRF) with Fire Service, the nomenclature  got modified in 2013 as Directorate of Fire & Emergency Services, Assam. At  present the F&ES is headed by Spl. Director General of Police.


Aims & Objectives of Fire & Emergency  Services, Assam

  • Fire Fighting in case of fire accidents.
  • To save life & property of all citizens in case of fire hazards and in other natural calamities.
  • Fire prevention & protection of all buildings, industries, commercial & public places etc.
  • Inspection of all high-rise buildings & other establishments & assess their Fire preventiveness & preparedness & effectiveness of fire fighting equipments installed by the owners from time to time.
  • Law & order duty with local police at Mela or any large-scale meetings & functions.
  • To raise public awareness and conduct periodical training program from time to time and to organize demonstrations showing rescue operation during the fire & other natural calamities etc. to educate the general public.
  • Arrangements of fire coverage at the time of visits of the V.V.I.Ps of the Country and outside as well as other dignitaries as per direction of the State Government.
  • The S.F.S.O., Assam has a training institute known as “Regional Training Centre” which is recognized by the National Fire Services College, Nagpur. The Regional Training Centre imparts training to the trainees of the various states of the Country besides our own recruits as allowed and allotted by the D.G.C.D., Ministry of Home Affairs & National Fire Services College, Nagpur.  
     

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