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Chapters: History as Teacher; Time in a Bottle?; Saved by the Bell?; How Firefighters are dying on the Fireground; The Breath from Hell; NFPA 1404 and Air Management; The Phoenix Fire Tragedy: Bret Tarver's Legacy; Technology as the Answer: Nothing Can Go Wrong; Change-Resistance-Change; The Rule of Air Management; The Point of No Return; The Art of Not Breathing Smoke; Where Should Our Training Emphasis Be?; Ready Checks; Incident Command and Air Management; Communication and Air Management; Weapons of Mass Destruction and Hazardous Materials. �Read more... Abstract: Offers an explanation of how to develop and implement an effective air management program, for departments of various sizes. This book includes examples from international departments, technology breakthroughs, and guest essays from the leaders in fire engineering programs nationwide. �Read more...
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