A yardstick for improvement

Issue 8 and Volume 113.

A yardstick for improvement ROCHESTER, U. S. A. The author is an engineering graduate of Bucknell University and holds a professional engineer license in Pennsylvania. He joined the National Board in 1.940 and served for approximately 10 years as a field engineer in. municipal fire protection, with time out for service during World War II with the Air Force. He served as supervisory engineer from 1953 to 1959 when he was named assistant chief engineer and placed in charge of the field engineers of the New York office. HOW CAN I improve my fire department? How can I develop a good department—a first-class department? Almost every chief should ask himself these basic questions at one time or another, and we of the National Board of Fire Underwriters are pleased that the majority have done or are doing so. However, a few have not; they, as well as their superiors in…

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