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A CASE FOR AN INTEGRATED RESCUE DEVICE IN TURNOUTS

06/01/2004
BY SCOTT SOMERSIn the 1990s, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) amended 29 CFR 1910.120 to include a two-in/two-out policy, whereby initial arriving fire companies are required to have two members stand by for a rescue effort in case the initial attack team becomes lost, trapped, or incapacitated. Fire departments across the country have implemented standard operating procedures to include rapid intervention crews (RIC) to account for firefighter safety during the initial attack and have trained on various methods of removing "downed" firefighters from buildings. Although many firefighters and officers feel confident that they can remove an incapacitated firefighter ...

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