CTIF center for Fire Statistics made new book donation to the CTIF library in Pribyslav
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The team from the CTIF Center for Fire Statistics meets annually to discuss the work plan for the
coming months.By now, at the end of 2023, we have been discussing how to evaluate the
statistics for Report 29.
At the current meeting in Pribyslav (21th November 2023), the last votes were made on the content of the data query to the member states.
With reference to the recent statement
CTIF: Addressing the Climate Crisis: A Call to Action for Fire and Rescue Services
Worldwide, an additional data query regarding wildland fires was discussed.
It is with particular pleasure that we would like to announce that another book donation was handed over to the CTIF library this year. The books come from the private collection of the members of the Center for Fire
Cover Photo (Above): As seen in the picture from left to right: Iveta Krpalkova (Head of archive), Jana Fialova (Director of Fire Museum and Library), Peter Wagner (CTIF Center of Fire Statistics), and Harald Herweg (CTIF Center of Fire Statistics)