MAC-SICS:INDUSTRIAL MUTUAL AID IN NEW JERSEY

11/01/2005
BY RON KANTERMANIn late 2002, New Jersey’s new state fire marshal called on industry to get into the homeland security boat. From his past experiences working in and around New Jersey in various capacities, he knew that he had an untapped resource in the industrial fire protection community. (1) A high-volume pumping system supplies the 12-inch hose that feeds a five-inch manifold. (Photos courtesy of the Office of the New Jersey State Fire Marshal.) Click here to enlarge imageHe called a meeting of every industrial fire chief he knew, asking us to “bring anyone else not on the list.” (We’ve all done that before!) The call was something like “Hi, Ron, it&...

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