Document Type : Applied Article
PhD Student of Educational Management Department,Babol Unit, Islamic Azad University,Babol,Iran
Assistant Professor of the Department of Educational Sciences, Babolunit, Islamic Azad University, Babol,Iran
Assistant Professor of Educational Management Department, Babolunit, Islamic Azad University, Babol, Iran
The tragedy of the high-rise Plasco building´s collapse in the center of Tehran, not only the citizens of this city, but all the people of Iran were shocked. although what happened is not comparable to the dimensions of the September 11 disaster in New York, but in terms of the shape and the way the building collapsed, it evoked the same terrible and amazing condition in the world's public opinion. In this regard, it is expected that the damage of this accident can be reduced by educating the citizens.
On this subject, the aim of the current research is to provide a model for educating citizens in environmental hazards (big fire crises)  based on the ground theory. Quantitative development of research activities in knowledge-based and developed societies is a permanent and continuous process, and diversity in different research methods requires a new approach of research methods and models. Therefore, the current research approach is qualitative. The current research tool is an interview that was collected from an elite panel. The results show that the most important extracted categories are the innovation of education and preventiondevelopment conditions, participation, educational activities, effectiveness of training courses in big fire  and its consequences. Designing a comprehensive public education plan is a collaborative process, the result of which can be seen in the existence of a documented fire control and protection system. Public citizenship education  and increasing people's awareness through short-term citizenship education, education through public media such as radio, television, newspapers and local brochures can be the most important aspect of fire prevention activities.