Christian Falberg GothChief Information Officer at Greater Copenhagen Fire Department
Christian Falberg Goth is CIO, Chief Information Officer, of the Greater Copenhagen Fire Department and also heading up Business Intelligence and Information Security units. Christian have been working in the emergency industry for the past 13 years. The first 11 years working for Falck A/S, the world’s largest international emergency company where he was managing dispatch and call centers before joining IT. For the past 7 years he has been part of IT, being IT Director in Falck and since June 2018 heading up IT, Business Intelligence and Information Security in Greater Copenhagen Fire Department.
Christian is bachelor in International Business from Copenhagen Business School and currently studying Master of Business Administration at University of Birmingham.
In 2018 he was appointed one of Denmark’s 100 top management talents which also shows one of his biggest passions; making the decisions necessary for building up and optimizing the part of the organization that he is part of. This includes setting the right team, developing the needed skills and competencies in the team and developing the future strategy! – and not the least, making sure the strategy will be put into operation.
The Greater Copenhagen Fire Department was established on 1 January 2016, and Christian started as CIO of the largest municipal fire and rescue service in Denmark in June 2018.
Our fire and rescue service covers eight municipalities in the Greater Copenhagen area. The GCFD has an annual budget of DKK 555 million.
The Greater Copenhagen Fire Department has in total 11 fire service and 7 ambulance stations, and safeguard about 1 million residents, commuters and guests 24/7 365 days a year. Our work force is about 1.000 people.
It is our goal to contribute to creating a safe and resilient society for all, and to provide whatever response necessary to avert damage to people, property and the environment in case of fire incidents, accidents or serious disruption.