Columbus Fire Executive Officer offers a wide range of fire safety services to the community. It organizes maintenance program for trainees and teach basic fire ground tactics, building construction, ambulance national safety, and confined space awareness. It also offers firefighter and emergency medical technician training that include emergency and basic training. The City of Columbus is geographically divided into more than five battalions. It has more than 30 stations, over 30 engine companies, ladders, advanced life support transport units, heavy rescues, and rescue boats. The program provides lecture and training to the National Fire Protection Agency and training for firefighting. It offers more than 24-hour of structural firefighting, and over nine-hour of nonstructural firefighting training. In addition, it provides training in components of sprinkler and standpipe systems, and operation of system. The department is located in Columbus, Ohio, and is governed by the city of Columbus.