Paviour, Harry
July 2008
Fire Chief;Jul2008, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p40
Trade Publication
The article discusses the animal rescue especially horses as part of the fire service legislation in Great Britain. It cites that in 2004 the British fire service legislation has the statutory obligation to provide animal rescue training and capabilities. The British Horse Society produce protocol document that covers key decision making stages on animal rescue in 2007. It suggest that fire departments must introduce or review animal rescue policies to ensure professional animal rescue service. INSETS: BIG ANIMALS, BIG PROBLEMS;2007 ANIMAL FIRE DEATHS.


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