History of Fire PreventionThe historical influences of fire

History of Fire PreventionThe historical influences of fire prevention directly influence the fire service today. The Roman empire assigned slaves to perform nighttime fire patrols, English cities in the 1500s attempted to ban wooden chimneys and thatched roofs while mandating some of the first firewalls between buildings. Major conflagrations that occurred in Boston before the Revolutionary War or the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 all shaped the American fire prevention process into what it is today. The landmark “America Burning” whitepaper in 1973 identified a strong need for fire prevention activities to take place at the local level. For this week’s Assignment you will be discussing the history of fire prevention.Write a 350-700 word essay discussing the history of fire prevention.Include the following in your project:The history of fire prevention How the history of fire prevention affects the fire service today.Summarize the fire problem in the United States as discussed in Chapter 1 of your text and the America Burning report . Address the role of insurance companies as they apply to the history of the fire service. Include a minimum of two references other than your classroom reading materials.Format your work consistent with APA guidelines.References: Visit the NFPA website and read History: The Birth of NFPA at http://www.nfpa.org/about-nfpa/nfpa-overview/histo…Visit the USFA website and learn more about the F1947 Fire Prevention Conference at http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/sfpe.site-ym.com/resource…Visit the NFPA website and view the Key Dates in Fire History at http://www.nfpa.org/research/reports-and-statistic…View and explore the Arson For Profit Media Kit at http://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/arson/aaw09_media_kit.pdf.Read Chapter 2: ‘Public Fire Prevention Organizations and Functions’Public fire prevention organizations serve the public good and improve conditions that affect United States citizens. Care must be taken to ensure that government and not-for-profit organizations carrying out the mission of fire prevention see prevention as their first and foremost goal.There are numerous public organizations with the mission of fire prevention, such as traditional fire prevention bureaus and state training programs. The US government has always had an interest in the prevention of fires. It is important to understand the federal and other government agencies’ role in fire prevention.Read Chapter 3: ‘Private Fire Protection and Prevention Organizations’It is easy to question the motives of private fire protection organizations, particularly those organizations that are trying to make money. There are times when motives really do not matter. The good deed, perhaps done with less than good intentions, still benefits the recipient. Often, the best interests of business and the public are exactly the same. In the field of fire prevention, public fire prevention programs could not exist without the products and efforts of private sector fire prevention organizations.^^^ Diamantes, D. (2016). Principles of Fire Prevention, 3rd Edition. [Kaplan]. Retrieved from https://kaplan.vitalsource.com/#/books/97812840894…