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Technical Rescue Operations, Volume II: Common Emergencies is the second in a three-volume series by Larry Collins. Volume II covers responding to, managing, and conducting rescues in the Â“dailyÂ” setting of fire/rescue agencies. This includes the kind of technical rescues that confront firefighters and rescuers on practically a daily basis. This volume also explains how to handle more complex and large-scale rescue operations that challenge responders to apply solid rescue principals for longer periods of time, with the assistance required of additional resources and under more strict command and control because of the scope of the incident, its newsworthiness, crowds of people arriving on the scene, and getting the immediate attention of local or regional elected officials. Features & Benefits:Learn from the authorÂ’s repeated Â“once in a careerÂ” incidents that are commonplace for busy fire/rescue units such as the L.A. County Fire DepartmentÂ’s USAR task force/USAR Company Maximize the base of knowledge developed by leading international rescuers and fire/rescue agencies, taught by a current practitioner assigned as an officer of one of the most experienced and battle-hardened fire department rescue units in the nation Contains Â“best practicesÂ” from fire/rescue agencies from around the world, showing how technical rescues and disasters can be managed better, faster, and safer
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