Brady, Mark
August 2004
Fire Chief;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p76
Trade Publication
Reports on the training program for fire service personnel in Maryland. Risk of burn-related injuries from the lack of personal protective equipment; Safety priority during emergency response; On-scene investigation of the fire explosion.


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