October 2004
Fire Chief;Oct2004, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p74
Trade Publication
Interviews Jim Salmi, chairman of the National Fire Protection Association 1901 Aerial Task Group, regarding aerial devices standards. Standard requirements for third-party testing companies; Impact of the standard on fire departments; Classification of Snorkels.


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