This book will help you respond to disasters with the necessary operational procedures to save lives and property. The first moments of any incident can set the tone for the entire operation. Includes information on training, planning and procedures, communication, handling casualties, infrastructure assessment, recovery operations, and stress debriefing. Contents: Disaster planning Historical lessons Organizationa structure and incident command Resource management and augmentation Training and preperation Communications and information management Catastrophic fires Civil disorders and riots Weather-related natural disasters Terrain-based natural disasters Transportation disasters Hazardous materials incidents Enemy attack and UFO potential Mass casualties and mass evacuation Aftermath and recovery Glossary Appendices.Preventative maintenance should include the repair of loose window panes and frames; repair of broken or loose flashing ... In the communities of Desert Hot Springs and Palm Desert, ambulances and fire trucks were kept busy throughout theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fire Officer's Guide to Disaster Control|
|Author||:||William M. Kramer, Charles William Bahme|
|Publisher||:||PennWell Books - 1992-01|