The Operations Division is comprised of fifty-one personnel working three alternating 24 hours shifts out of two stations. The Operations Division is also responsible for all emergency and non-emergency response activities including:
- Emergency medical service (EMS)
- Fire suppression
- Hazardous materials
- Public Assistance
- Technical rescue
Battalion Chief Shift A
Battalion Chief Shift B
Battalion Chief Shift C
Battalion Chief Training Officer
The coverage area in North Kansas City is configured into three districts. Equipment is deployed to deliver initial fire attack and EMS services within 8 minutes (90% fractile).
|Daily emergency response staffing consists of a minimum fifteen (15) career fire personnel on a 24 hour shift assignment, operating five (5) pieces of first-line apparatus, and one (1) Battalion Chief command vehicle, operating from two (2) fire stations.
All trucks are equipped with the “jaws of life” and other extrication equipment and rescue personnel are trained in the rapid extrication of individuals trapped in vehicles. They also are trained in Rope Rescue and response to hazardous materials incidents.
- 2015 Pierce 100’ Aerial Ladder 1500gpm W/CAFS
- 2014 Pierce Impel Engine 1500gpm w/CAFS
- 2012 Horton Ambulance
- 2009 Pierce Velocity Engine 1500gpm
- 2015 Horton Ambulance
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