Domangue, Joel
February 2004
Fire Chief;Feb2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p60
Trade Publication
Presents steps when specifying and purchasing fire and rescue apparatus. Determination of who will participate in the purchasing process; Duties of fire chiefs; Definition of what the department needs its aerial to do; Classifications for aerial devices for motorized fire apparatus; Survey of potential occupancy hazards; Evaluation of response routes; Knowing the fire station; Consulting with the fire bureau.


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