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FIRESCOPE Field Operation Guide

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Material Type: Reference Material
Date Added to MERLOT: February 01, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 14, 2008
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Submitter : Ree McLaughlan

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FIRESCOPE California Incident Command System field operation guide (FOG) The FIRESCOPE Program originated in Southern California, organized under the acronym, “FIrefighting REsources of Southern California Organized for Potential Emergencies” in 1972. By legislative action, the FIRESCOPE Board of Directors and the... More

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Primary Audience: Professional
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English Material Version: 2004
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Avatar for Skip Heflin
5 years ago

Skip Heflin (Administrator)

Excellent resource, I am a member of an A.H.I.M.T. and only wish we could get one of these written with all hazards in mind. This is a great tool to use during N.I.M.S. training and i have used it several times for students.
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