The Seychelles Fire and Rescue Services Agency (SFRSA) provides fire suppression, rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, fire inspection, fire investigation, and public education to the Republic of Seychelles. The SFRSA is consistently striving to achieve the highest level of professionalism and efficiency in the services it provides to the people that it serves.
As SFRSA moves into the next five years as an autonomous entity, it requires a roadmap to guide its actions and ensure the ideal conditions exist for its progress and development. It is in this context that SFRSA made the decision to have a strategic plan to guide and document its way into the future.
The Strategic Plan of the SFRSA sets forth a comprehensive vision and mission statement that provides the agency with a clear path into the future. Additionally, it identifies the core values that embody how the agency‟s members, individually and collectively, will carry out the agency‟s mission. The strategic plan also identifies the
The Seychelles Fire and Rescue Services Agency comprises the Secretariat of the Chief Fire Officer that has the overall responsibility for the efficient and effective conduct and administration of Agency. In addition, it is organised into three main sections as follows:
- Finance, Human Resources Management and Administration Section
- Operation Section
- Prevention, Planning, Investigation and Training Section
Chief Fire Officer
Ms Domingue has served at the agency for 25 years and has extensive knowledge in different aspects of fire safety such as fire administration, risk and disaster management, enforcement of established fire code regulations, policies and procedures regarding fire suppression, investigation and prevention, as well as hazardous material response.
She has also been involved in the formulation of policies, the development of manuals and plans relating to the elimination of fire risks.
During the year 2019 one (01) fire officer, namely Section Leader Antoine Gilbert, proceeded on early retirement which took effect as from 01st of December 2019; after undergoing medical evaluation which certified him no longer fit to work and recommended premature retirement on medical grounds.
Mr. Gilbert retired after more than forty years in active service working in the Operation Unit.