IAFF Releases On-Duty Injury Report

September 2008
Fire Chief;Sep2008, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p13
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The article reports that the International Association of Fire Fighters has released the results of its "Contributing Factors to Fire Fighter Line-of-Duty (LOD) Injury Study" conducted in cooperation with U.S. Fire Administration. In the report, the studies were compiled and analyzed the data from nine geographically diverse metropolitan fire departments to identify and quantify the major factors that contribute to firefighter LOD injuries.


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