Korea Forest Fire Management Service Association

Recognizing the importance of forest fire prevention, To help people to live up to their lives, Hub organization leading education on forest fire prevention manpower for efficient and effective protection

Korea Forest Fire Management Service Association

Recognizing the importance of forest fire prevention, To help people to live up to their lives, Hub organization leading education on forest fire prevention manpower for efficient and effective protection

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ABOUT US

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This is Moon Hyun-chul, Chairman of Korea Forest Fire Management Service Association.
The Korea Forest Fire Management Service Association is a special corporation established in 2015 to contribute to the development of policies and promotion of forest fire prevention technologies such as education, training, research and international exchange of technical information on forest fire prevention under Article 35-2

Our association will provide education and training for forest fire prevention personnel and forest fire prevention projects to protect the lives and property of our people and valuable forest resources, while pioneering and developing new fields such as forest fire prevention and Forest Fire Area Inspectation.

In the future, we will work closely with relevant academics, institutions, organizations, and experts, and strive to develop forest fire prevention business policies and technologies. We ask for your continued interest and participation. Thank you.

Hyun-Cheol Moon
President, Korea Forest Fire Management Service Association

Organization Chart

Business Introduction

Forest Fire Prevention Education

1. Objective

  • Strengthening the expertise of Forest Fire Fighting Resources and preventing safety accidents
  • Raising citizens' awareness of forest fire prevention and instilling consciousness of forest fires

2. Subjects

  • Fire Crew, Fire Guard, Soldiers, National Park Staff, Residents, Students, etc.

3. Education Contents

  • Forest fire prevention and extinguishing knowledge
  • Fire safety rules
  • Forest fire extinguishing equipment operation and practice
  • Responding to fires and reporting forest fires

Fire Hazardous Area Investigation

1. Objective

  • Predict and proactively manage high fire danger areas to prevent wildfires
  • Investigate areas with high risk of forest fires to provide regulation arrangements and rational management plans

2. Main Contents

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⑴ Selecting investigation candidate areas

Selecting areas with high fire danger according to three types of fire maps

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⑵ Preliminary Investigation

Establish sample zones (investigation zones) and conduct investigations on occurrence, spread, put out and damage items.

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⑶ Field Investigation

On-site investigation on 4 items of occurrence, spread, put out and damage of selected areas

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⑷ Report Preparation

Preparation of report on forest fire danger assessment record using advance and field survey data

3. Expected Effect

  • Providing useful information to determine forest fire prevention priorities by proactively identifying areas with high forest fire danger
  • Providing information on surrounding risk factors and accessible roads in case of wildfires and providing decision factors in decision-making when deploying fire fighting resources

Forest Fire Inspection

1. Objective

  • Carrying out periodic checks to ensure that the fire suppression instrument is in operation at all times

2. Main Contents

  • Preliminary
    Investigation
  • Periodic and
    Detailed Inspection
  • Urgent
    Inspection
  • Report
    Preparation
  • ⑴ Inspection Candidates Selection

    - Identifying the overall structure and checking each items by inspecting the exterior of the fire suppression instrument after the defect repair period

  • ⑵ Periodic Inspection

    - Artificially manipulate facility to check normal operation (once a month)

  • ⑶ Detailed Inspection

    - Detailed inspection of the main components of the facility, including operational function checks (twice a year)

  • ⑷ Urgent Inspection

    - Implement upon request from the head of operating agency

  • ⑸ Report Preparation

    - Report review opinions of the facilities with a picture attached to the relevant agencies after inspection

3. Expected Effect

  • Through inspection, the fire suppression instruments can be operated at all times to effectively protect important facilities and lives.