September 28, 2017 | View as webpage
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In this month’s FireRescue1 Rehab eNews, our experts take a look at the effectiveness of gross decon, lay out how to rehab firefighters in extreme heat and cold and give seven ways to get and keep firefighters in rehab.
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7 ways to get, and keep, firefighters in rehab
By Ken Lavelle, FR1 Columnist
Getting firefighters to and keeping them in rehab is a challenge; these steps for better efficiency will make that job easier.
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How to rehab firefighters in extreme heat, cold
By FireRescue1 Staff
Rehab is difficult and doubly so when the temperatures soar or plunge; here’s a look at how to handle those challenging days.
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