Emergency service critical infrastructure elements are central elements in the systems used to protect the population. All branches of the integrated rescue system in the Czech Republic, especially the Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic (FRS), belong to this group of elements as key elements that specify and fulfil tasks to protect the population. The buildings used by FRS units face a considerable number of threats that increase their vulnerability and can subsequently disrupt their operations. In order to ensure the preparedness and subsequent operability of FRS stations, knowing the resilience of these elements, i.e. their preparedness against the effects of internal or external threats, is necessary. The article reviews various currently described resilience evaluation methods as well as the CIERA method and their application in selected elements of critical infrastructure emergency services.