Call List

EMS CALLS – Call in which the ambulance responds. Examples include:

1. Basic Life Support

2. Advanced Life Support

a. Some of these call types may receive a fire unit depending on the critical nature of the call.

3. EMS Standby

a. Sporting or PR Events

4. EMS Service Call

a. Lifting up someone off of the floor
b. Checking a person’s blood pressure or blood sugar

FIRE CALLS – Call in which a fire unit responds.

1. Fires

a. Structure
b. Vehicle
c. Rubbish
d. Grass, forest, brush, or mulch
e. Other Type

2. Overpressure, rupture or explosion

a. Steam Explosion
b. Explosion of any type

3. Rescue or EMS Incidents

a. EMS Calls
b. Motor Vehicle Collisions
c. Rescues

4. Hazardous Condition

a. Power Lines Down
b. Gas Leak
c. Carbon Monoxide Present

5. Service Call

a. Water Leak
b. Assisting Police or DPW

6. Good Intent

a. Animal Rescues
b. Helping someone with a utility problem

7. False Alarm or False Call

a. Smoke or Fire Alarm Activation
b. Carbon Monoxide Alarm without Carbon Monoxide Present

8. Special Weather or Disaster

9. Special Incident Type

Hours of Training:

1. New York State minimum 100 hours of fire training per year

2. Minimum 24 hours of EMS training per year; 72 hours every 3 years

3. Code Enforcement Officers require 24 hours training per year

Code Enforcement Inspections – Complaints, rental and deed transfer inspections, building permits and re-inspects on Fire Safety Inspections.

Fire Safety Inspections – Fire Department inspections per year