IAFC Sets Zero-Tolerance Alcohol Policy

October 2003
Fire Chief;Oct2003, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that the International Association of Fire Chiefs in the U.S. has adopted a zero-tolerance policy on alcohol use in October 2003. Policy outline and objectives; Rules and penalties.


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