The State Fire Service is a firefighting service of Poland, which dates from Medieval times. However, the modern State Fire Service is aligned to the legislation from 1992 and it is subordinate to the Ministry of Interior. There are sixteen major fire service headquarters in Poland, and over 15700 small fire stations. These cover the whole territory, from urban and rural areas to wildlands.
Firefighting system in Poland
The Polish firefighting system functions with volunteers most of the time. Career firefighters are called in action only when it is necessary. They receive help from the government regarding funds, fire truck maintenance and purchasing of firefighters equipment. There are hundreds of fire apparatus in Poland, most of them following the latest innovations. The vehicles are purchased from the best fire engine manufacturers in the world, and they are customized according to the challenges faced by Poland. The fire truck Poland must have PLC computers integrating chassis, as well as structural elements in the CANbus J1939 system.
Polish Fire Service supports other countries
The Polish fire service is well developed. In 2019, they sent 139 emergency firefighters along with many fire apparatus in Sweden, to come in help of battling the wildfires. Polish fire service trusts in its fire truck Poland, and its well-trained personnel. Some features include software integration of over 100 parameters that can be adjusted by the end-user or connected to the monitor center. The fire truck Warsaw is a special purpose vehicle, which is designed to withstand extreme conditions, long time and human error. Volkan Fire is producing high-quality fire appliance, which will work reliably for over forty years. To ensure constant innovation and quality control, we have been investing in our research and development center, and we have been working only with the best Turkish engineers.