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June 22, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear FireRescue1 Member,

Incident commanders play a critical role in firefighter safety. This is a huge responsibility, making it essential that new officers are thoroughly prepared when facing the command role for the first time.

The FireRescue1 special coverage series Preparing New Officers to Be Incident Commanders shares a comprehensive approach for training members on the IC position.

Review these articles with your new officers to ensure they are ready to run the show.


The FireRescue1 Team
 
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