Recognition dr. luiz fernando correa

Recognition dr. luiz fernando correa

LIGABOM Liga Nacional dos Corpos de Bombeiros Militares do Brasil

National League of Military Fire Corps from Brazil

National Secretary of Public Security, Luiz Fernando Corrêa and Colonel Duarte Frota

Preamble In 2003 I went to Rio Grande do Norte to receive the local medal merit from the Fire Corps from that State because of the generosity of our friend Colonel Christian Bezerril. At the parade I was pleased for meeting the, by the time, National Secretary of Public Security, Luiz Fernando Corrêa. At that time we talked about the exclusion of the Fire Corps of the National System of Public Security and in the conversation I evaluated the potential and future vision of the Secretary. With his support to Law nº 10201, February 14, 2001, which established the National Fund to Public Safety - FNSP that was changed by the Law No. 10746, October 10, 2003. From that moment the National Secretariat of Public Security has initiated a new moment adding to the national plan for public safety and national policies the Military Fire Corps from Brazil.

LIGABOM Liga Nacional dos Corpos de Bombeiros Militares do Brasil

National League of Military Fire Corps from Brazil

Secretariat of Public Security - SENASP and National League of the Military Fire Corps from Brazil.

In recognition for the significant contribution in defending and protecting life, for being an active icon in our country's development prospects of our corporations, strengthening us for effective prevention and control of claims, I gave on behalf of Military Fire Corps from Brazil in July 2005 to the Secretary Luiz Fernando Correa the Merit Medal of the National League of Military Fire Corps from Brazil. The Firefighters of Brazil were discriminated from the birthplace of the national policy for the security sector. Fact dismayed that the community and firefighters, because the investment for the refitting of savannah police equipment weakened the structures of Military Fire Corps Corporations, who were relegated to oblivion. The training within our institutions, the fruitful exchange of experiences, sharing solutions, the standardization of equipment, training methods and instruments were to trigger immediate improvement of services provided by the apparatus of public safety in the management of the Secretary Luiz Fernando Corrêa. It is essential to remember that the Secretary Luiz Fernando Correa was assisted by a team of high level to which we pay our tribute to the firefighters also Honorary Odécio Carneiro; Daelson Viana; Robson and Robin Nadeje Moreira. In 2004 representatives of the Military Fire Corps throughout Brazil endeavor in the task of making a diagnosis of Corporations. The technique of construction of the future scenarios is the management tool used for the design of planning ahead. With the completion of diagnosis, all corporations were covered under the National Plan of Public Security. The happy consequences of this are done exhaustively incontrovertible. The wheel of progress and development, busy universally cars to Brazil increased security in broad aspects of daily life of citizens, and foster better interaction with the population of firefighters. The work of inclusion developed by Delegate Luiz Fernando Corrêa SENASP promoted on the severing of heavy shackles that hampered firefighters indefatigable march in defense of the population. Its performance peaceful,

LIGABOM Liga Nacional dos Corpos de Bombeiros Militares do Brasil

National League of Military Fire Corps from Brazil moderate and active development of Corporations sow Military Fire Corps from Brazil in the middle of the delay caused by years of involuntary ostracism that were submitted. Men of this strain mark his passage through beneficial changes with immediate impact in the lives of ordinary people. With his dynamic leadership the landscape of the national public security has advanced steadily, though the loud screams and applause rest in a vacuum, because the spotlight, the centers of attention are not part of their goals.

Incident Command System

In 2005 I was in the U.S. Coast Guard, the USCG Training Center Yorktown, Virginia at the invitation of the Military Liaison Office of the United States in Brazil . At the Reference Center Incident Command System knowledge (ICS). The Incident Command System (ICS) is a management model developed for command, control and coordination in response to an emergency situation, with the objective of stabilizing the incident and protect life, property and the environment. The complexity of managing an incident associated with the growing need for actions of various groups of performance needs the existence of a single management system that is standard at all. The principles of the ICS allows different groups to develop joint activities making use of common elements: unified command, action plans, terminology, administration, human and material resources, organizational flexibility, security concepts and standard procedures. The SCI offers considerable flexibility and can expand or contract according to the different needs, making it an efficient management system. The system was tested and validated in response to all types of incidents and non-urgent, for example: emergencies with hazardous products, accidents with large numbers of victims, planned events (celebrations, parades, concerts, vaccination programs mass), or disasters, fires, search and rescue missions, and others.

LIGABOM Liga Nacional dos Corpos de Bombeiros Militares do Brasil

National League of Military Fire Corps from Brazil

The ICS was developed in the seventies in response to a series of major wildfires in Southern California. During this period the authorities involved in firefighting in the city, state and federal agencies, met to form the Firefighting Resources of California Organized for Potential Emergencies (FireScope). This unit has identified many problems when several different groups are involved in the same mission, such as: • Lack of standardization in terminology;

• Lack of capacity to expand and contract the management structure of the incident; • Lack of standardization and integration in the media;

• Lack of appropriate facilities;

• Lack of consolidated action plans. Efforts to address these difficulties resulted in the development of the original model of SCI for incident management. However, what was originally developed to fight forest fires has evolved into a system applicable to any type of emergency whether fire or not. Much of the success of the SCI is the result of direct application of • A common organizational structure;

• Principles of management standard.

Considering the importance of the issue upon returning to Brazil I talked with our friend Colonel Anthony Rebelo, Chief of the Military Liaison Office of the United States in Brazil for another activity at USCG Training Center Yorktown, Virginia, this time with the presence of the Secretary Luiz Fernando Corrêa. My claim was that Luiz Fernando could understand and evaluate the importance of on-site Incident Command System (ICS) as it SENASP manager and coordinator of the National System of Public Security in Brazil to establish a standard doctrine. In November 2005 we returned to the Secretary Luiz Fernando Learning Center in Yorktown Coast Guard, where was implemented the exchange of training instructors in Brazil.

LIGABOM Liga Nacional dos Corpos de Bombeiros Militares do Brasil

National League of Military Fire Corps from Brazil

Thus, external to the particular satisfaction about the achievements on the Military Fire Corps and the certainty that the dynamic National Secretary, demonstrates unequivocally calling for effecting the necessary improvements to Public Safety.

The left Rear Admiral J. Scott Burhoe, at the time was the Commander of United States Coast Guard Training Center in Yorktown. This time recorded for history when the Secretary Luiz Fernando Correa, delivery along with me, as President of the National League of the Military Fire Corps from Brazil send to him the small axe by honor from Brazilian Fire Corps.

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