General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations in Romania

The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (GIES) in Romania is the official governmental agency that provides fire management and support for accidental and emergency situations. This agency was established in 2004, when the Civil Protection Command and the General Inspectorate of Military Firefighter Corps were merged as one unit by the Ministry of Administration and Interior.


The basic duties of the GIES expand over a range of services. These are outlined below:

  • Prevention of accidental situations

  • Assessing emergency situations and prioritizing civilian lives

  • Providing account of emergency situations to the public administration services

  • Offering transparency for management of accidents

  • Efficient and active cooperation to protect people in Romania


The requirements to join the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (GIES) are similar to that of police status and military framework as all governmental agencies are under the Ministry of Administration and Interior. The following are the basic recruitment requirements for the GIES:

  • Must be Romanian citizen or a resident of Romania

  • Written and spoken Romanian proficiency

  • Have full legal rights and capacity within Romania

  • Evidence of good medical condition and fitness

  • Minimum age of 18 years old

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  • Clean police record with no criminal offences

A career with the GIES ensures that individuals are working in the public service, providing Romanian citizens with the highest standards of emergency management and control. It is their duty to serve the people and ensure that all individuals are protected in accidental, emergency and natural disaster situations. 




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