Colletti, Dominic; Davis, Larry
April 2004
Fire Chief;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p48
Trade Publication
Discusses the use of appropriate acquired structures to provide skills training of both new and veteran firefighters in safely dealing with fireground conditions in the U.S. Concern on continued injuries and fatalities among firefighters due to inability to recognize building collapse; Four issues of management concern that fire-training exercise should address; List of best practices in live-fire training sessions. INSET: NFPA 1403.


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