The International Sport Federation of Firefighters and Rescuers

Noncommercial Partnership „The International Sport Federation of Firefighters and Rescuers" was founded in 2001 by the decision of the 1st International Conference of Leaders Fire and Rescue Services and unites firefighters and rescuers from 20 countries. The main objective of the Federation and functions are: aim of this establishment is the propaganda and development of sport for firefighters and rescuers on the international level, organization and carrying out of the World Championships and Europe and other international competitions included in the calendar plan of main sports events of Federation, introduction of new technologies of fire-technical arms and equipment, the strengthening of friendly relations and cooperation between the fire and rescue services around the world, organizing and conducting activities to improve the skills of specialists (referees and training seminars, consultations and others.), accounting and record of world records and higher achievements in sport, as personal so and team. Since its inception, in accordance with the goals and objectives of the Charter, with the active participation of national federations of the founding countries, the Federation has launched work on the development and propaganda of the Fire and Rescue sport. Fire and Rescue sport can inspire a person of any age. It has and intensity of the struggle, and colorful spectacle, skill and professionalism of the sportsmen.

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The Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic

The Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic

The Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic is the central authority of the state administration of the Slovak Republic for the protection of constitutional establishment; public order; security of persons and property; protection and management of state borders; security and smoothness of road traffic; arms and ammunition; private security services; entrance and stay of aliens in the Slovak Republic territory; citizens' identification cards; travel documents and driving licenses; questions of asylum seekers and leaving-out persons; population records; road and trailer vehicles registration; Integrated Rescue System; civil protection; fire protection, etc. The Ministry of Interior is headed by the Minister of Interior who is responsible for its activities. The Minister of Interior is appointed and dismissed by the President of the Slovak Republic pursuant to a proposal by the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic. The Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic is divided into sections, offices, divisions and other organizational departments put on their level.

The Fire and Rescue Corps

The Fire and Rescue Corps

The Fire and Rescue Corps was established on April 1, 2002. It consists of the Presidium of the Fire and Rescue Corps, eight Regional Headquarters, 50 District Headquarters and six facilities. It fulfils state administration tasks in the field of fire protection; performs state fire surveillance; performs tasks in suppressing fires; provides assistance and carries out rescue work in case of accidents, natural disasters and other extraordinary events; and protects the environment; provides assistance in case of threatening life and health; etc. The Fire and Rescue Corps is involved in fulfilling the tasks of premedical urgent assistance and removing injured and sick persons, especially in the event of fires, accidents, natural disasters and other extraordinary events; in providing emergency supply management and emergency accommodation of population, and in providing humanitarian assistance; in fulfilling tasks of the Integrated Rescue System, civil protection, preparation for defence of the State, and in tasks related to mobilization preparations, etc. At present, 4,350 firefighters are employed in the Fire and Rescue Corps, out of which 3,400 perform activities of intervening firefighters in terrain.

The Fire sport

The Fire sport

Since 1970, fire sport has been a part of the training for all professional firefighters and has remained until today in a slightly modified form. Fire sport in the world is associated and managed by the International Sports Federation of Firefighters and Rescuers, established in 2001. The goal of the International Sports Federation is to promote and develop the sport of firefighters and rescuers at an international level. The fire sport consists of 4 main disciplines: 100-meter obstacle course; climbing to the 4th floor of the training tower; 4x100m obstacle relay and a fire attack. Fire sport competitions within the Fire and Rescue Corps take place at the regional level, at the mixed level and at the national level. The World Championships in Fire Sport in Slovakia will be held historically for the first time in September 2018. The Slovak Men's Representation Team in fire sport is a selection of firefighters from across the country, including representatives of enterprise fire brigades and representatives from volunteer firefighters. The Slovak Men's Representation Team is the holder of 2 titles "World Champion" in a fire attack discipline.


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Fees for participation

Account number: 
SK06 8180 0000 0070 0018 0058

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The amount:
180 USD / for one member of the sports federation.

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