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Die Neue Rundschau (11, PT. 2 ) - United States. Congress. Joint
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United States. Congress. Joint:
Die Neue Rundschau (11, PT. 2 ) - Paperback

2010, ISBN: 9781234488321

ID: 639031090

Rarebooksclub.com. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 92 pages. Original publisher: Washington: U. S. G. P. O. , 2010. LC Number: KF25 . E2 2009n OCLC Number: (OCoLC)613333786 Subject: Predatory lending -- United States. Excerpt: . . . 11 Area places orders at NIFC. The coordination center at NIFC will then go to adjoin-ing Geographic Coordination Areas to acquire the assets that are needed. In major fire suppression response efforts, NIFC establishes priorities for the Na-tion when multiple geographic areas are involved. In the Southwest, when there are several major incidents occurring at the same time with competing demand for re-sources, the Geographic Area Multi-agency Coordination Group in Albuquerque es-tablishes priorities for the Southwest based on the potential to harm people and communities. When it is reasonable to expect a fire can be contained within first operational period, dispatch centers at the local level may coordinate directly if the resources are used for initial attack on adjacent jurisdictions. The factors that determine the number of firefighters dispatched to a fire include the severity and location of the fire and the current demand from other fire loca-tions. A wildfire in a wildland-urban area draws more firefighting resources than a fire in a more remote area. Years of experience have shown us that it is unwise to tap ALL nearby resources to fight a fire. Given the fire danger in an area and fire behavior, firefighters, en-gines and other equipment are needed at their home bases to deal with the possi-bility of new fire starts. Parts of the country without severe fire conditions can often more easily and safely provide additional firefighters and equipment. Safety Firefighting is a high risk, high consequence activity, and firefighter and public safety are our highest priority. The Forest Service and Interior agencies have strong firefighter safety and training programs. Following the 30 Mile tragedy in July, 2001, where four firefighters lost their lives, we reexamined our safety programs and ident. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., Rarebooksclub.com

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United States. Congress. Joint:
Die Neue Rundschau (11, PT. 2 ) - Paperback

2010, ISBN: 9781234488321

ID: 639031090

RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 92 pages. Original publisher: Washington: U. S. G. P. O. , 2010. LC Number: KF25 . E2 2009n OCLC Number: (OCoLC)613333786 Subject: Predatory lending -- United States. Excerpt: . . . 11 Area places orders at NIFC. The coordination center at NIFC will then go to adjoin-ing Geographic Coordination Areas to acquire the assets that are needed. In major fire suppression response efforts, NIFC establishes priorities for the Na-tion when multiple geographic areas are involved. In the Southwest, when there are several major incidents occurring at the same time with competing demand for re-sources, the Geographic Area Multi-agency Coordination Group in Albuquerque es-tablishes priorities for the Southwest based on the potential to harm people and communities. When it is reasonable to expect a fire can be contained within first operational period, dispatch centers at the local level may coordinate directly if the resources are used for initial attack on adjacent jurisdictions. The factors that determine the number of firefighters dispatched to a fire include the severity and location of the fire and the current demand from other fire loca-tions. A wildfire in a wildland-urban area draws more firefighting resources than a fire in a more remote area. Years of experience have shown us that it is unwise to tap ALL nearby resources to fight a fire. Given the fire danger in an area and fire behavior, firefighters, en-gines and other equipment are needed at their home bases to deal with the possi-bility of new fire starts. Parts of the country without severe fire conditions can often more easily and safely provide additional firefighters and equipment. Safety Firefighting is a high risk, high consequence activity, and firefighter and public safety are our highest priority. The Forest Service and Interior agencies have strong firefighter safety and training programs. Following the 30 Mile tragedy in July, 2001, where four firefighters lost their lives, we reexamined our safety programs and ident. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub

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