CA Labor Code 3361. Each member registered as an active firefighting member of any regularly organized volunteer fire department, having official recognition, and full or partial support of the government of the county, city, town, or district in which the volunteer fire department is located, is an employee of that county, city, town, or district for the purposes of this division, and is entitled to receive compensation from the county, city, town or district in accordance with the provisions thereof.
In the State of Illinois, a convicted felon can serve as a volunteer firefighter. However, most departments/districts require background checks on perspective members and most volunteer districts/departments will not allow convicted felons to serve on their department. I do know of 2 volunteer departments in central Illinois that currently have convicted felons serving as volunteers because, the nature of their felonies were not violent. In short it all depends on the by-laws of each individual department and/or district. I don't know of any volunteer department or district that will allow a person convicted of a violent crime to serve as a volunteer firefighter.
Firefighter is a person who battles fires.
Could they possibly be a firefighter? Local volunteer firefighters in Canada have such things in their car.
Yes it is. A noun is a person, a place, or a thing. A firefighter is a person. Years ago, a person in this occupation was usually called a "fireman" but these days, there are also women who fight fires, so the noun was changed to the more gender-neutral "firefighter."
Possibly. This is not a 'yes' or 'no' answer. You will have to ask some specific questions on your own, relevant to your particular situation. Much depends on the circumstance and responsibilities of the "volunteer" work. (i.e.- in some jurisdiction, volunteer fire fighters and rescue squad personnel are covered under workman's comp WHEN THEY ARE ON CALL and actually performing their volunteer duties. But this is not applicable to all volunteer work OR in all jurisdictions). ADDED: I returned to this question after realizing that I might have misunderstood the question due to insufficient information given by the questioner. If the questioner is asking if he may collect workman's compensation from his regular full-time employer because of injuries suffered while he was off-work but doing volunteer work.... the answer would be a definite - no. Refer to the first answer: If his volunteer duties did not offer workman's comp protection he can't collect compensation from his regular employer.
Some providers will require such testing, in other cases it would be determined by the circumstances in which caused the person to be injured.
No, it is a noun. A fireman (firefighter) is a person.
The word 'volunteer' is a noun as well as a verb and an adjective.The noun 'volunteer' is a word for a person who freely offers to do something; a person who does a job for no pay; a word for a person.The noun forms of the verb to volunteer are volunteerism and the gerund, volunteering.
Pvt Jacob Parrott, Company K, 33rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry on 25 March 1863
Yes, volunteer is a singular, common noun, a word for a person.
A person that fights or puts out fires in Alabama.
The noun firefighter is a concrete noun when referring to a specific person or persons. When used as a general term, for example, "I want to be a firefighter or a jet pilot.", it's an abstract noun.
If you earn money from volunteering, there is no point being a volunteer. It mind as well be your job. Volunteering is to help out for free, without any cost. If the person wants to pay you in return for your work, so be it. Usually, though, volunteers are not paid.
A person can volunteer in the United States with a B1 visa. The volunteer program must be an organized project by a recognized religious or nonprofit organization that provides services to the needy. A person can not volunteer in the United States without a B1 visa.
a person who helps someone else for freeA person who helps another person.
no because the dust will get in your eyes and your contacts
firefighters always search in teams
That would be extremely difficult, due to problems communicating with patients and other staff. But anything is possible- I have known a firefighter that had both legs amputated above the knee, and still worked as a firefighter.
i would like to volunteer to help children...I have time on my hands and I think i could be an asset to any organization
Genrally this means that there is one owner of a business. There are no partners, investors, etc.
A person with type A blood can receive blood from a person with type A or type O.
Here's the deal: To become a fireman there are a few different avenues through which you can attain the coveted title, depending upon the state in which you live. Most states have volunteer firefighter programs which help one to get into the system and to obtain the training and the certifications that you would need to become a state certified firefighter. Now, to become a volunteer firefighter there is a process through which you must be accepted to the volunteer firehouse in your district. There is a short interview process and a preliminary probation period (about 2 weeks). This is followed by a vote by the firehouse members. If you pass the vote, you are inducted as a fireman trainee. This is completely independent of your record at this point. You will undergo training and need to get various certifications and, if you desire to move beyond the voluteer realm, you will need to undergo the same interview process as any City employee applicant, which includes backround scrutiny. Understand that, depending on your misdemeanor and the explanation for the charge (was it a stupid fraternity prank, etc.) you may not have a problem at all. On top of that, the fact that you were risking your life as a volunteer fireman may negate the misdemeanor altogether. The best thing that you can do is do everything that you can for the community. That way, if the firefighther thing doesnt work out you can still apply for a pardon and expungement. Respectfully, Defense Esq.
A person who works for no money would be a volunteer and a student.
No, the noun "firefighter" is a common noun; a general word for a person whose job is to extinguish fires; a word for any firefighter.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place or thing; for example, the Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial Monument in Colorado Springs, CO or the Museum of Firefighting in Hudson, NY.