April 18, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,
In this month's eNews, Robert Avsec writes about a New Mexico fire department that is integrating its new apparatus in a comprehensive firefighter safety, health and wellness initiative.

While columnists Jeffrey O. and Grace G. Stull explain why conventional approaches probably will not provide long-term solutions to address the minimization of continued firefighter exposure to carcinogenic and other hazardous contaminants.

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Apparatus accidents, mistakes and bad decisions
By Linda Willing, FR1 Columnist
Investigate incidents that damage fire equipment or apparatus before disciplining those involved.
Positioning fire trucks for operational capacity
By Mark van der Feyst, FR1 Columnist
Leave prime real estate – and enough space – for the aerial truck to operate at 100 percent capacity.
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