As Korea enters the ultra-aging society (21% of the population over 65) in 2027, it plans to implement safety education to see, feel, and experience the safety of the elderly.
□ Background -Older people are vulnerable to safety at risk exposure due to physical impairment -Many of the big fire deaths, including Jecheon and Miryang -Lack of opportunity to receive safety education during rapid economic growth of ’60 ~ ’70s -Reinforcement of education for the safety of the elderly for the elderly -Expand safety experience facilities for the elderly -Elderly Safety Experience Class established in the fire department -Conducting education on mobile safety experience vehicles for each zone of fire vulnerable class □ Various volunteer activities including health medical consultations and physical and beauty services □ Coordinated education with volunteer centers and local health centers □ Cooperate with Korea 119 Boys’ Volunteer Activities and cooperate with the school life record book □ Image visualization through the use of emblems -Publications, banners, official documents and brochures, leaflets, -Promotional article production, SNS promotion, etc. -‘Elderly driving’ caring sticker on elderly car -Utilize production such as take away, patch, mouse pad
□ Promotion of emotions and empathy for the elderly -Promote public relations activities to encourage participation in the use of ideas suitable for the elderly, such as playing games and coloring -Making videos of various safety education cases and promoting YouTube -Utilization and production of safety equipment KIT to prevent safety accidents of the elderly -Promote ring back tone (coloring) such as administrative call
Ⅰ Purpose of operation ◦ Establishment of learning operation plan suitable for the characteristics of fire department ◦ Nurture excellent instructors with knowledge and skills as field experts ◦ Systematization, standardization, and culture of safety education by strengthening teaching design and lecture capacity ◦ Discover practical capabilities to create a preventive safety culture with communication and empathy
ⅡOperation Policy ◦ Highly applicable on-site and practical process through commissioned professional institutions ◦ Select trainees who meet the Fire Safety Instructor’s Designation Standard * and are below the Fire Service
Acquired qualifications among those who have worked for more than 5 years as a firefighter ◦ Enhance the field applicability by strengthening the instructor’s expertise through improving teaching skills ◦ Securing engines for policy promotion by organizing subjects consistent with the policy on fire safety education ◦ Enhance training efficiency by selecting candidates with both instructor quality and experience
◦ Understanding and practice of learner-centered teaching and learning methods ◦ Lectures to induce immersion ◦ Professor design technique and creative application ◦ BASIC of teaching drafting ◦ Strategies to motivate learning ◦ Latest Teaching Techniques ◦ Presentation of lecture ability according to drafting ◦ Understanding of student activities and educational plans ◦ Improved teaching skills ◦ Teaching Strategies to Captivate Students Infant, elementary, and adolescent development ◦Understanding core competencies and curriculum ◦ School understanding (organization, position, etc.) ◦ Practice and practice of creative safety education ◦ Fire safety education standard ◦ Understanding of the characteristics of the elderly and the aging trend ◦ Major statistics, cases and compensation system for school safety accidents
A safety experience center that introduces augmented reality content at the fire station was opened.
Gwanak Fire Station announced on the December 22nd that it will operate a fire safety theme park using the Nudge Effect, which can induce actions without direct means.
Gwanak Fire Station has completed a fire safety theme park designed to imprint safety common sense. It will be open to citizens on the 23rd after the pilot operation on the 16th and 18th.
The first pilot operation was conducted under the concept of Santa firefighters with the meaning of gifting safety to the 119 boys group consisting of juveniles in Cheongryong Elementary School.
Other fire departments have safety centers where citizens can study fire extinguishers, evacuation drills and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Gwanak Fire Station introduced the concept of play for the first time in Korea and organized it for safe experience through storytelling.
At the safety theme park, one can visit △ fire suppression experience corner to learn in virtual reality (VR) △ smoke evacuation corner △ evacuation equipment corner In addition, △ first aid corner where you can learn how to respond to cardiac arrest, suffocation, and fracture. △ How to deal with snakes, bees, and wild animals in virtual reality △ Camping safety corner for taking pictures with family members
Virtual reality (VR) was also implemented using lighting and images. The Park is available to adults as well as children.
Lee Yoon-jung, the manager of Public Relation and Education team, said, “Educational effect will be high because it allows children to learn safety common sense while they are playing naturally.”The safety theme park is open from Monday to Friday. The fee is free. You can make a reservation by calling the Gwanak Fire Station PR Team (☎ 02-6981-8233) in advance.
“Safe Society Society Fire safety education is at the center of a happy nation.” Exhibition yesterday, today and tomorrow of fire safety education
This exhibition plan is to understand and promote the overall work that has been pursued in relation to the promotion of the national fire safety education program ‘to see, feel and experience’.
1 Promotion Background ○ ‘Share of achievements in overall fire safety education ○ ‘Development of Fire Safety Education Standard Program’ * Project Performance Report * ’14 ~ 1919 standard safety education program development and dissemination plan (13.1 billion won) ○ Report on results of the 1st year of the National Participation Budget * Development of fire safety contents for the elderly, women, the disabled and foreigners
2 Overview ○ Schedule: ’20 .2.17. (Mon) 11:00 ~ 2.19. (Wed) 17:00 ○ Location: Special Exhibition Hall, 1st floor, Government Complex Sejong 2nd Building (17-dong) ○ Target: Safety education officials and visitors ○ Details: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow of Fire Safety Education -History and Characteristics of Fire Safety Education -Status of safety experience facilities such as fire safety experience center and mobile safety experience vehicle -Standard textbooks, video materials, and experience equipment for each age group -Efforts to nurture fire safety instructors and operation of national qualification system -Performance of fire safety education, goals and tasks for future development ○ Special performance and VR experience -The Great Puppet Theater: 12: 30-12: 50 (20 minutes) during the event -VR experience: 9 films (3 elderly, 3 female, 3 foreign)
Kim Jun-cheol (1970 ~) is a Korean firefighter. In 1991, he entered the Hanyang University College of Medicine. After dropping out of medical school in 1998, he took the civil service exam and was hired as a Seoul firefighter on January 17, 2000. While working as a fire fighter, he passed the 12th Fire Cadet Exam in 2002 and completed a year’s training at the National Fire Service Academy. After his appointment, he worked for National 119 Rescue Service and saved lives at various international disaster sites. Those experiences as a field instructor for the Seoul Fire School provided the basis for training junior firefighters in Seoul Fire Academy. In 2015, he served as the leader of theSeoul Citizen Safety Guard Task Force Team of the Seoul Fire and Disaster Headquarters, and proposed a new direction for safety education policy.
김준철(1970년 ~ )은 대한민국의 소방공무원이다. 1991년 한양대학교 의과대학에 재학 중 대한민국 육군에 입대하여 최전방 부대에서 병장으로 만기전역하였고 1998년 의과대학을 자퇴한 후 소방공무원 시험에 응시하여 2000년 1월 17일 서울특별시소방공무원으로 임용되었다. 화재진압대원으로 근무 중 2002년 제12기 소방간부후보생 선발시험에 합격하여 중앙소방학교에서 1년간의 교육을 마치고 2003년 3월 5일 서울특별시 지방소방위로 임용되었다. 간부 임용 전 화재진압대원으로 경험을 쌓았고 임용 후에는 중앙119구조단에서 근무하며 다양한 국제 재난 현장에서 인명을 구조하였다. 이러현 경험은 서울소방학교 현장교관으로 근무하며 후배 소방관을 양성하는 밑거름이 되었다. 2015년 서울특별시 소방재난본부시민안전파수꾼 팀장을 맡아 안전교육 정책의 새로운 방향을 제시하였다.
‘Safe’ can’t be overemphasized. Since the recent major disasters and safety accidents, the importance of safety has been highlighted. The Korea 119 Boys Group is a youth organization jointly operated by the fire department and the school to help young people develop safety awareness and proper safety habits. If you become a member of the 119 Boys, you will become a responsible, responsible adult who will follow the basic rules of society and be considerate through disciplined group activities and volunteer activities.
Experience-based activities using resources possessed by firefighting agencies -Various safety experience activities using facilities and equipment such as experience halls, experience centers, and mobile safety experience vehicles Community spirit and leadership building activities -Participated in fire prevention campaigns, safety culture tours, and various competitions and competitions related to life safety 배양 Cultivate leadership with consideration for collaborative personality -Participation in programs such as safety camps, volunteer activities, and friendship activities