Although she was not in a youth or voluntary fire brigade, Sabrina readily acknowledges how important these organizations are. The voluntary fire brigade frequently relieves the professional fire brigade of vital tasks, supporting it everywhere it can. Which is very helpful, since every day brings new challenges and unexpected situations for firefighters, requiring lightning-fast solutions.
Without the voluntary fire brigade, the professional fire brigade would often be completely stuck.
Whether in the voluntary or professional fire brigade – the work is not only physically exhausting for all emergency personnel, but often also psychologically challenging. Particularly in emergency rescues, emergency personnel often face major physical and psychological strain. Incidents can only be managed if everyone pulls together and contributes their knowledge and experience. So working for the fire brigade requires exceptional team spirit and must be handled jointly as a team effort.