Prziborowski, Steve
September 2006
Fire Chief;Sep2006, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p66
Trade Publication
The article presents views and insights of the author concerning fire safety and public education in the U.S. The author implies that fire chief officers and company officers have an obligation to act in the best interests of the community. They have also discussed the methods used for fire fighters to make decisions regarding public safety.


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