Wildland Firefighter Safety Awareness Study: Phase II - Formulate the Desired Organizational Culture/Safety Environment [open pdf - 369KB]
This report summarizes the results of Phase II of a four phase study to examine the Federal wildland firefighting community and to improve firefighter safety. The first, phase described the strengths and problem areas of the current organizational culture, and considered leadership and accountability issues, human factors, and external, influences that affect firefighter safety in the five federal agencies most directly involved in wildland firefighting. The results of Phase I were used in Phase II to define a set of goals for guiding the five agencies with a vision of the future organizational culture, leadership, human factors, and external environment that would improve safety.
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)