December 10, 2020 | View as webpage
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In this month's eNews, Robert Avsec explains how firefighters can manage the health risks associated with diesel exhaust emissions at the station. Also, Jim Spell outlines 12 common mistakes made by rookie engineers and how to avoid them.

The FireRescue1 Team
Dangerous diesel: Managing health risks related to diesel exhaust emissions at the station
By Robert Avsec 
How firefighters can limit exposure to diesel exhaust emissions and diesel particulate matter
Fire engineers: 12 rookie mistakes
By Jim Spell 
Viewed as opportunity or setback, the jump to the driver's seat brings a new set of responsibilities for firefighters
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‘Crew, this is a fire engine’: A back-to-basics approach to the driver/operator job
By Robert Avsec 
Vince Lombardi took his team back to the fundamentals; sometimes fire officers must do the same
Runaway fire engine: How to avoid endangering firefighters, civilians
By Mark van der Feyst 
Develop a routine of putting the fire truck in neutral, applying the brakes, then putting the pump in gear
Video: Engine 51, of 'Emergency!' fame, hits the streets
By Laura French 
The engine has been in the Los Angeles County Fire Museum shop since the museum was closed for COVID-19 restrictions
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