Security's Role in Fire Training in 90 Minutes or Less

Chandler, Phil
September 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2010, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p86
Trade Publication
The article reports on the importance of security in firefighter training in New York. It explains the program "Everything a Firefighter Needs to Tell a Cop in Ninety Minutes or Less" proposed by the Center for Campus Fire Safety (CCFS) for campus safety officer first responders. It details how officer Mia Kandinsky and her fellow officers solve a fire on the third floor of U-Name-It Hall. It discusses the adoption of the program by the New York State Office of Fire Prevention & Control (OFPC).


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