May 2005
Fire Chief;May2005 Supplement, Vol. 49, p10
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The article presents several training needs and media related to fire management. The High-Rise Package is designed with a separate enclosed stairwell and elevator shaft that extend above the roof of the tower. The Mobile Trainee is a portable training unit featuring an interior burn room lined with patented Westec insulation, temperature monitoring system, roof chop-out curb and window openings with galvanized steel shutters. The fund-raising software program enables to send customized letters to everyone who has been rendered service by the fire department for any selected period of time or to anyone else in the data files.


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