Hazmat Roundtable Issues Report

July 2006
Fire Chief;Jul2006, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p15
Trade Publication
The article highlights a roundtable discussion involving the International Association of Fire Chiefs and its Hazardous Materials Committee where they discussed trends and developments in the hazardous materials industry in the United States. They reviewed issues relevant to planning, management and response, identification methods, operations and efficiency, training, securing information and the universal task list and target capabilities list.


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