Volunteer Fire Brigades "SZCZECIN" (OSP Szczecin) is a nonprofit, rescue organisation that links in its ranks people who want to bring help to those who need it in all circumstances in which most important values – health and life - are directly threatened.
OSP Szczecin activities are primarily implemented in the following areas: search and rescue, training and safety promotion.
Ochotnicza Straz Pozarna SZCZECIN (Volunteer Fire Brigades SZCZECIN) will sign European Road Safety Charter and implement the following activities within the next three years:
- Series of road safety contests for both primary and secondary schools. Expected number of attendees - 500 people;
- Lectures and workshops related to road safety for the officers of the Police, Inspectorate of Road Transport and Military Police. Expected number of attendees - 100 people;
- Exhibitions related to road safety at public events such as fairs, school events, festivals. Expected number of attendees - 3,000 people;
- Road safety educational activities for preschool children - Expected number of attendees - 60 people;
- Presentations of procedures at the accident scene (staged accident), learning how to behave when you are whitness of the incident - 10 shows per year, which will be attended by approximately 500 people;
- Rescue trainings for the soldiers of the Military Police. Expected number of attendees - 20 people;
- Rescue trainings for firefighters. Expected number of attendees - 30 people;
- First aid trainings and courses. Expected number of attendees - 100 people;