The Most Important Preplan That YOU Will Never Use

07/25/2013
By Kenny Cline Preplanning in the fire service is traditionally conducted by locating the fire department connections, identifying ownership and contact information, mapping the floor plan, reviewing emergency plans, and establishing response procedures to mitigate an anticipated but unplanned emergency. Unfortunately, many firefighters, EMS workers, law enforcement officers, and others serving the public on a volunteer, career, or part-time basis have an incomplete or nonexistent preplan for the most important day of their life: their last day. Although the last day of our lives is a sensitive subject of a personal nature, all of us can anticipate that we will one day leave those we love...

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