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La Loi sur la sécurité incendie a été adoptée en juin 2000. Elle oblige les autorités régionales à établir, en conformité avec les Orientations du ministre de la sécurité publique en matière de sécurité incendie, un *schéma de couverture de risques*. Ce schéma fixe, pour tout leur territoire, des objectifs de protection contre les incendies et les mesures requises pour les atteindre. Pour les élus municipaux, le schéma est un instrument de gestion des risques et de prise de décision. Pour les responsables des opérations des services de sécurité incendie, il est un outil de planification des secours.
The Fire Safety Act was adopted in June 2000. The regional authorities are required to establish a *fire safety cover plan* in accordance with the Fire Safety Policies of the Minister of Public Security. This plan sets fire protection objectives and the actions required to achieve them for their entire territory. The plan is a risk management and decision-making tool for elected municipal representatives. It is an emergency response planning tool for the people responsible for fire safety services operations.
Firefighters give advice and training to the public and (in particular) workplace training. They also need to know how to manage the risks encountered in the course of intervention in emergencies (fires, road accidents etc.).
Explanation: It isn't about insurance and I think that it is risk management, rather than risk reduction. Risk management involves accepting that not all risk can be avoided or reduced, but you can still have a strategy for dealing with it.