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8 Simple Rules for Applying to AFG - 10/10/2014
Refresh the air in stored SCBA bottles - 07/09/2014
Create high-pressure zone to remove smoke, gases - 04/10/2013
Positive-pressure fans: CO dangers - 03/27/2013
Recognize Risk Factors - 12/19/2008
Using Juniors as a Rehab Team - 07/05/2008
Our rehab unit - 05/23/2008
Dangers in cellars - 04/01/2008
Cold weather basics - 11/13/2007
Use cool vests in hot weather - 09/15/2007
'Gear Down, Cool Down' - 05/29/2007
Keep Hydrated - 05/16/2007
Staying safe in hot weather - 04/27/2007
Use cold towels for fire rehab - 02/22/2007
Steps for dealing with environmental heat - 11/22/2006
Get in Shape, Stay in Shape - 11/06/2006
Keep dry clothes on hand for all weather conditions - 10/23/2006
Don't forget the pants! - 10/18/2006
Stick with bottles for hydration - 10/09/2006
Prepare to stay hydrated during each shift - 10/02/2006
Keep energy bars on hand at emergency scenes - 09/25/2006
Mobile pop-up tents are ideal for command posts - 09/20/2006
Recognize the Hidden Dangers of Carbon Monoxide - 02/08/2006



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