A fire guard is an individual hired specifically to ensure that fire hazards are minimized within an organization.
They ensure that any potential dangers to buildings, objects, and people are investigated, and handled in an immediate manner.
One of the main reasons that you write a Fire Guard resume is to communicate to the hiring manager that there is no one better than you to do the job.
Unless this information is structured properly, your resume will not be considered a hit.
Here is a sample for you to follow to ensure this:
Fire Guard Resume Example
190 Jelly Road, Waterloo, IA 19034
Highly skilled Fire Guard with 8+ years of firsthand experience working in challenging fire safety roles. Documented success in implementing procedures to ensure fire safety for buildings and people, by following established protocol. Demonstrated ability to watch out for fire hazards, and take immediate action in cases of imminent danger.
|• Fire Protection||• Safety Regulations||• Emergency Response|
|• Hazards Repelling||• Maintenance||• Training and Education|
|• Violations Addressing||• Inspection||• Codes Enforcement|
|• Entrance Control||• Fire Exposures Handling||• Ignition Prevention|
• Put out a fire that emerged in the lunchroom, before it could destroy property, or hurt employees.
• Implemented a core system to ensure that flammable materials were kept away from sources that could ignite them.
• Successfully implemented a program, aimed at training staff members how to handle a fire spread situation.
• Devised a novel system to handle daily building inspections, resulting in increased security from fire and other hazards.
Seven Seas Maintenance, Waterloo, IA 2010-present
• Inspect assigned buildings and surrounding areas on a daily basis to ensure that they are safe from fire hazards.
• Ensure that all fire alarms and cameras are properly installed, and are in good working order.
• Oversee the work of personnel to ensure that no hazardous activities are being performed.
• Educated staff members on handling fire in case it breaks out, educating them about processes.
• Control entrances and movement of visitors to ensure that no nefarious activities take place.
• Perform preventative and regular maintenance on fire prevention systems and alarms.
• Provide quick and well-placed emergency services in case fires break out, aiming to ensure that damage is minimized.
• Create and maintain reports of fire prevention efforts, and ensure that any hazardous situations are handled according to protocol.
Urban Pathways, Waterloo, IA 2007-2010
• Checked all visitors as they entered the gates to ensure that they were authorized.
• Ensured that visitors were properly logged in and out, to trace their time of presence.
• Provided visitors with directions to their required departments or office personnel.
• Inspected buildings to ensure that they were safe from external threats, such as graffiti and intruders.
• Created and maintained logs of activities being performed at entrance and egress points.
Waterloo High School, Waterloo, IA – 2005
High School Diploma