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Hazmat incidents are some of the most dangerous calls facing firefighters. The low-frequency nature of these incidents can lull responders into a sense of complacency – a highly problematic approach given the prevalence of hazardous materials in every jurisdiction.
Any hazmat call requires a measured, deliberate and intensive approach. Successful resolution of a hazmat incident involves the right equipment – and the education and training to use it effectively.
Firefighters of all ranks must develop a risk-focused mindset, asking critical questions about each incident to identify the potential hazards.
Download this free eBook for guidance on:
- Key factors to consider when mounting an effective firefighter response.
- How to identify, plan and train on hazard facilities in your area.
- What questions to ask when assessing risk on scene.
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