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Morris, Gary
May 2006
Fire Chief;May2006, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p38
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The article presents a model safety policy called "Best Safety Practices in Risk Assessment and Decision Making," which directly states the department's global position on safety and the responsibilities of all members. The model was introduced to the Seattle Fire Department and has been reviewed by the International Association of Fire Chiefs Safety Section.


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