- Department for Communities and Local Government and Chief Fire and Rescue Adviser
- Part of:
- Operational guidance for the fire and rescue service, Emergency planning, and Fire prevention and rescue
- 14 January 2014
- Applies to:
This guidance will provide support for the fire and rescue services in the resolution of incidents involving breathing apparatus.
Ref: ISBN 9780117541146 PDF, 3.45MB, 172 pages
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Fire and rescue service personnel operate in a dynamic and sometimes hazardous environment. The activities covered include incidents involving fire, water, height, road traffic collisions, chemicals, biological hazards, radiation and acts of terrorism.
Operational guidance provides a consistency of approach and forms the basis for common operational practices.
Published: 14 January 2014