The Bath Fire Department focuses on the health, safety and welfare of citizens. It provides a range of emergency and nonemergency services. The department offers fire protection, rescue and first response services for medical emergencies. Established in 1945, the Bath Fire Department operates several fire stations. It maintains a fleet of fire apparatus pumpers and tenders, and rescue, medical and support vehicles. The department provides emergency medical and smoke detector placement services. The Bath Fire Department conducts station tours and public speaking sessions. It offers training services for ventilation, emergency egress maneuvers, and search and rescue techniques. The department provides cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillation courses. The Bath Fire Department is governed by the Bath Township in Ohio, which operates police, solid waste, zoning and parks departments.