Take Safety's Side

June 2005
Fire Chief;Jun2005, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p6
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The article presents the author's views on adhering to safety practices in fire service. The author informs that the journal "Fire Chief" has consistently tried to include safety initiative articles in its previous issues and will continue to do so in the future. According to the author, the safety issue encompasses not only health of fire personnel, but also the vehicle safety and the safety of fire gadgets. Further, the author suggests that it is important to carry out continuous safety check of apparatus and equipment of firefighters.


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