The Naked Chief

June 2008
Fire Chief;Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the responsibilities of every fire chief during fire emergency. She states that experience is more critical in emergency service. The author notes that fire officers who are updated with innovative technology can offer valuable resources to the fire department. She suggests that everybody should be responsible, both morally and legally, to prevent mortality of firefighters during rescue operations.


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