Battling the quiet crisis

July 2003
Fire Chief;Jul2003, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p80
Trade Publication
Interviews Home Safety Council president Meri-K Appy. Background of Appy in fire safety; Interaction of the council with the fire service; Development of the council's relationship with fire and emergency service providers.


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