Responder Tool Aids Oregon In Wildfire Notification, Evacuation

November 2004
Fire Chief;Nov/Dec2004 Supplement, Vol. 48, p6
Trade Publication
Describes the use and implementation of the TeleWorks FirstResponder service, the Applegate Enhanced Wildfire Communication Plan for emergency operations and fire management in Oregon. Notification of firefighters of danger and fire incidents; Emergency management issues; Dissemination of fire prevention techniques.


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