fire warden

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: warden - an official who is responsible for managing and protecting an area of forestfire warden - an official who is responsible for managing and protecting an area of forest
coyote - a forest fire fighter who is sent to battle remote and severe forest fires (often for days at a time)
fire fighter, fire-eater, firefighter, fireman - a member of a fire department who tries to extinguish fires
functionary, official - a worker who holds or is invested with an office
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Fred was fit enough for Army service but was a skilled carpenter and so was asked to serve in a factory using his skills to build munitions boxes and train as a fire warden. Their first son Michael was born in 1941 and their second son Raymond was born in 1944.
During the process, fire attentiveness, delivering the fire safety plan, fire warden responsibilities, general evacuation procedure plans and after any emergency procedures were all reviewed.
Resident Leo Cimoch, who lives on the 10th floor, said he was woken up by the block's 24-hour fire warden. He said: "It was about 5.30am and there was shouting and screaming on the corridor, at first I didn't really connect what was going on.
The role assignment also involved an in-house training fire warden course to refresh their experience and concluded with identification of right locations around the mall to carry the tasks properly in a case of emergency.
These included a smoke and heat detection system, evacuation tests and 24/7 security and fire warden patrols."
Working with businesses around the globe including as far-reaching as the Seychelles, the academy trains more than 3,000 people every year in courses including aviation training, first aid training, fire warden training and team building.
"These included a smoke and heat detection system and regular evacuation tests, as well as 24-hour, seven-days-a-week security and fire warden patrols."
Mr Bond, who is both a trained fire warden and qualified in health and safety, said he was "angry" at the fine handed to Robson and said he believed he would "probably be in prison if it was the other way round".
Important topics, such as Engineering for Kids and Fire Warden, were presented to the children during the programme to teach them about the basics of these subjects.
Alsco offers first aid products and training, including Fire Warden and Evacuation Training for the safety of restaurants.
OXFORD -- A homeless, mentally challenged man who allegedly threatened to kill a firefighter and state forest fire warden during a large brush fire Saturday, asserting that the woods belonged to him, was released on personal recognizance Tuesday.
As well as making the collection more accessible for students, researchers and the public, the electronic catalogue and website will bring previously uncatalogued items to light - including a Second World War fire warden's uniform, architects' ''plans of the Assay Office's Newhall Street building and historic paintings.