November 2006
Fire Chief;Nov2006, Vol. 50 Issue 11, Special section p9
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The article presents information on several tools used in training firefighters. Proper jacking, shoring and cribbing can be taught with hand tools, battery-powered tools or portable power tools in a fully mobile building which is made to simulate collapse fire and rescue personnel survival. The manual "Exam Prep: Fire Officer III & IV" has been formulated for examination preparation of fire fighters.


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