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Administrative Plan

Administrative Plan of Nantou County Government Fire Station in 2020
The County Executive of Nantou continues to carry out the administrative vision of building Nantou into the “Capital of Tourism”. As a result, protecting the life and property of the county citizen and tourist has become the prioritized mission of the Station. The Station focuses on implementing 3 main missions, fire disaster prevention, disaster rescue and emergency medical service, according to the laws. Besides, aiming at all kinds of disasters that might happen, the Station especially helps the disadvantaged group on the implementation of disaster prevention, evacuation and emergency medical service. The Station also works hard on disaster prevention propaganda and upholds the principle of “emphasizing disaster preparedness over disaster relief, and evacuation over other preparedness measures”. We hope together with county citizens we can create a safer living environment with higher quality. With the development of technology, people’s life quality has improved. To realize our goal to proactively provide services for the public, the Station has established 22 Branches in the towns (township and city) in the County. Together we provide services for the public 24/7. The Station upholds the spirit of “considering citizens our family” to establish a team offering comprehensive and flexible services so that people can feel the warmth. And it also responds to the 3 main points of the County Executive’s administrative philosophy, which are “Integrity, Efficiency and Service”. Therefore, the service quality of the government can be maximized. To be in line with the mid-term administrative plan and the approved budget amount, the Station has established the 2020 Administrative Plan according to the current social condition and the Station’s future development need. The goal and focus are as follow:
Annual Administrative Goal
I. Carrying out of the prevention mechanism to reduce disaster loss: (Fire Prevention Division)
(I) Improvement of the online application rate for the application of reviewing the fire safety equipment drawing and completion inspection.
(II) Improvement of the penetration rate for fire prevention education.
II. Supplement and replacement of fire fighting vehicles and devices and tools: (Disaster Rescue Division)
(I) Supplement and replacement of fire fighting vehicles.
(II) Supplement and replacement of rescue devices and tools.
III. Improvement of the paramedic’s first-aid skills and emergency response capacity, teaching of first-aid skills to the public and continuous recruitment of volunteers: (Emergency Medical Services Division)
(I) Implementation of the review training for junior paramedics.
(II) Implementation of the review training for senior paramedics.
IV. Improvement of the fire investigation skills and safety management for dangerous objects: (Fire Investigation Division)
(I) Strengthening of the educational training for fire investigators. Selection of extraordinary investigators for the participation in domestic and foreign professional fire investigation trainings to improve investigators’ skills and fire investigation quality.
(II) Strengthening of the promotional work for dangerous items and the safety check for places storing dangerous items. Proactive promotion of the security supervisor mechanism for public hazardous materials.
V. Improvement of fire fighters’ professional skills and emergency response capacity to increase the capability of disaster rescue: (Training and Education Division)
(I) Implementation of the review training for paramedic teams to improve the Station’s emergency rescue capability for uncommon disasters.
(II) Implementation of the rapid approach rescue training to improve the Station’s rescue capability in the water.
VI. Improvement of the service quality for the 119 reporting system: Strengthening of the capacity for emergency and rescue command, dispatching and contacting to continue to improve the quality of the 119 case reporting system and the Station’s emergency and rescue service. (Rescue Command Center)
(I) Daily radio communication test.
(II) Reducing of the time between receiving an emergency rescue case and dispatching a rescue team. 
VII. Improvement of the contracted maintenance service for the National Firefighting Information System and hardware devices: This will ensure the information devices required for implementing emergency rescue missions in daily life and during disaster can function normally 24/7. Therefore, the information devices required in the dispatching of emergency rescue teams and the business handling can work normally. (Emergency Command Center and Disaster Control Section)
VIII. Carrying out of the disaster prevention work in the County and improvement of the emergency response and coordination capacity for towns and townships: (Disaster Management Division)
(I) Strengthening of the disaster prevention propaganda during the flood control season and before typhoons come.
(II) Implementation of the disaster prevention drill for the whole County. Strengthening of the emergency response and coordination capacity for individual departments and units.

 

Updated:2020-08-10 PM 03:40:30
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