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Monaghan Fire Station Ireland

Monaghan Town Station - Monaghan HQ.

Monaghan Fire Authority covers a broad range of functions ranging from Fire & Rescue service to Fire Prevention and Building Control.

Monaghan Fire Authority is responsible for:
Fire fighting and rescue services
Community fire safety
Technical fire prevention services
Major emergency planning
Building Control
Civil Defence

Overall Management and Administration of the Service, Fire Prevention and certain Building Control functions are carried out by Fire Officers and Administrative staff.

The aim of our service is;
To prevent the occurrence of fire, to protect life and property throughout the county.
To promote safer communities by preventing accidents and emergencies from happening as well as protecting people and the environment from danger.
To have all buildings designed and constructed in such a manner that they provide an easily accessible, energy efficient and safe haven for all people who use them


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