Russia, Sweden, Germany, UK, France, Austria , Serbia, Romania, Finland, Japan, Slovenia, Denmark, Canada, USA
Chronology of joining member countries:
2012 - St. Petersburg (Russia ) - Austria, Russia, Sweden, Germany, UK, France, Serbia
2012 - Bratislava (Slovakia) - Romania, Finland, Japan
2013 - Belgrade (Serbia) - Slovenia
2014 - Helsinki (Finland) - Denmark
2014 - Tokyo (Japan) - Canada, USA
- develop and issue recommendations to improve the working conditions of women.
- development of job descriptions.
- develop a questionnaire to study the psychological climate and adaptation of women in the job.
- annual publication in CTIF World Fire Statistics of information on women's activity in the field, on fires caused by children and on child casualties.
- involved new members in Commission.
Short history: The first Women's Committee of CTIF was formed in 1912. It was headed by Maria Ermolova (St. Petersburg , Russia ). The Great War interrupted this activity.
In 2012 the first meeting of " Women of the Fire and Rescue Service" took place in St. Petersburg( Russia ).
- a survey