Far and away

Coleman, Ronny J.
March 2003
Fire Chief;Mar2003, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p28
Trade Publication
Looks at how U.S. fire chiefs can prepare their fire departments to handle major calamities while they are away. Situations when an instantaneous return to duty may not be necessary; Development of a specific behavioral set to deal with unforeseen emergencies; Efficient use of telecommunication to help stabilize the situation; Designation of responsibilities.


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