Our Honor Guard can provide the following:
- Help with ceremonial procedure and protocol.
- Trained Honor Guard personnel to help with memorial service and or funeral service.
- Training of your personnel to perform ceremonial elements of a funeral and or memorial service.
- Access to fire service survivor’s network to work with families.
- Access to Chief to Chief network to work with Chief’s of effected agencies.
- Provide information on various Federal, State and local benefits that may be available.
What the Honor Guard will do:
- Respond only when requested.
- Ensure the family and the effected agency are the priority at all times.
- Ask before taking any action.
- Maintain transparency and work behind the scenes as much as possible.
- Provide timely and accurate information.
- Practice team and personal integrity at all times.
- Ensure quality over expediency.
- Always think in terms of honor, dignity and respect.
- Act as a resource for the family and the effected agency.
- Have an exit strategy.
What the Honor Guard won’t do:
- Self respond.
- Take over.
- Do anything without consulting the Chief or designate and/ or the family.
- Give inaccurate information.