Orlando (FL) Open Fire Station Designed to Promote Gender Diversity

Courtesy Fire Department Facebook

The Orlando Fire Department has opened a fire station that will house 30 firefighters and that is designed to promote gender diversity, reports ClickOrlando.com.

The 12,000-foot building has private bunk rooms and restrooms for crews. The station also has a a secure, lactation room for female firefighters. The building was designed to promote diversity within the fire department as part of the “Inclusivity and Equity Action Plan.”

The chief said the new fire station could serve as an example for other fire departments in the future.

Previous articlePulsara Launches Powerful New Desktop Browser Command Center for Enhanced Patient Coordination
Next articleBrentwood (TN) Fire Station Design Work Approved

No posts to display