Byron, Craig
July 2006
Fire Chief;Jul2006, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p62
Trade Publication
The article provides some insights into the significance of continuous preparation and planning in enhancing confined-space rescue capability for rescue personnel and fire fighters. Finance and logistics are two important factors towards effective emergency response strategies. These factors will help determine the secure budgetary commitments from the appropriate governing municipality or county.


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