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IFSA FIRE PREVENTION WEEK LUNCHEON
Each year the IFSA reviews and presents awards for Corporate Responsibility, Fired Up, Life Safety, Special Recognition, as well as the coveted Wayne Leucht Memorial Award at the Annual Fire Prevention Week Luncheon. Below are the Fire Prevention Week Award Criteria:
Corporate Responsibility Award – This coveted award is given to a corporation that has responsibly gone above and beyond the norm by providing fire safety or burn prevention education to the public.
Wayne Leucht Memorial Award - This award is granted to an individual who has established a pattern of excellence through a Fire Safety or Burn Prevention Program that has benefited the public outside of their jurisdiction. A person has also excelled in his or her duties while leading the Fire Service to recognize Public Education as an important tool. An individual who has been judged by their peers to possess the qualities and superior work ethics that others strive to emulate.
Special Recognition Award – This award is given to an individual who has established a pattern of excellence through a Fire Safety or Burn Prevention Program that they developed and have shared with other Public Educators.
Get “Fired Up” Award – This award is given to a department/individual using the Get Fired Up About Fire Safety Program. A prerequisite for this award is keeping and submitting to the IFSA, a summary of their program’s progress, noting successes and failures as well as recording pre/post scores.
- Life Safety Award – This award is given to an organization, department or individual that has achieved a pattern of excellence in bringing life safety into the lives of others.
You can nominate someone at anytime, but nominations need to be in by August 15th to be considered for recognition at this year’s Fire Prevention Week Luncheon on October 11th. The IFSA carefully considers each nomination received. Nominations can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.