Fireground Shuffle

Gallagher, David
April 2004
Fire Chief;Apr2004, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p92
Trade Publication
Discusses the importance of the rules of engagement among firefighters to monitor personnel accountability in the U.S. Role of the incident commander to identify the problem and assign the needed crew; Significance of the riding assignment; Necessity to identify critical tasks for each structures.


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