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Lieutenant-Colonel Norbert Fassiaux is now at the head of the Fire Brigade Corps of Monaco, following the change of command between Colonel Luc Fringant and Colonel Tony Varo.
Born in the Principality, Lieutenant-Colonel Fassiaux is the son and grandson of Monaco firefighters. He completed university studies in Marseille before joining the Brigade of Firefighters of Paris. He joined the Monaco brigade in 1983 as Lieutenant.
Promoted to Captain in 1995 and Commander in 2008, he was Colonel Tony Varo’s assistant since 2010. In 2015, Fassiaux was appointed Lieutenant-Colonel.
The new Head of Corps has four priorities in his missions:
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