Excellence in Community Risk Reduction Award
*Congratulations to our 2017 Excellence in Community Risk Reduction Winners!*
1st Place: Madison County Fire Department, submitted by Don Friddle
2nd Place: Gallatin Fire Department, submitted by Elizabeth Bednarcik
3rd Place: Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department, submitted by Abbie Boeing,
We would like to thank all of this year's applicants for their hard work and dedication to making Tennessee safer. We are so proud to be a part of an amazing group of people!
The Excellence in Community Risk Reduction Award recognizes an individual that has exemplified outstanding dedication to community risk reduction. The recipient is an innovator and leader within their department, their community, or the State of Tennessee. They are exceptionally committed to the application of fire prevention practices, adoption and implementation of codes, integration of risk assessment and mitigation, and the embodiment exudes leadership skills.
Eligibility: Any individual working within the State of Tennessee engaged in Community Risk Reduction and Public Fire & Life Safety Education is eligible to receive this award.
Dates: Applications for this year can be submitted through July 31st, 2017.
- Applications are submitted in case-study format. You will be asked to detail your CRR implementation plan in detail, including any statistical data and results.
- Vision 20/20's Community Risk Assessment Guide may be a useful tool for applicants.
- Applications will be judged by an independent panel of subject matter experts with no affiliation with the Tennessee State Fire Marshal's Office.
- Click here to view the grading rubric used to judge applications for this award.