Leadership

FIRE ENGINEERING

Issue 7 and Volume 138.

FIRE ENGINEERING July 1985 Volume 138 No. 7 DEPARTMENTS EDITORIAL 6 Safety takes an active voice VOLUNTEERS CORNER 8 Protective gear—a suit for all seasons TRAINING NOTEBOOK 10 Electrical power lines—a live threat to tower ladders DISPATCHES 20 Flashlight retrofit program Fire association sued Scholarship competition Evacuation distances questioned Life safety code adopts home criteria Counterfeit UL labels on fire doors Tragic training evolution Arson newsletter LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 12 COMPANY NEWS 62 APPARATUS 65 INNOVATIONS/DELIVERIES TRAINING AIDS 67 EQUIPMENT DIGEST 70 CLASSIFIEDS 72 COURSES/COMING EVENTS 74 READER SERVICE CARD 75 FEATURES HAZARDOUS MATERIALS H2 LEAK CONTROLLED BY SOUND STRATEGY 14 Burning with an invisible flame and having the potential to create a severe combustion explosion, a leaking hydrogen trailer parked in a chemical storage yard presented responding firefighters with the possibility of a major catastrophe. BY JOHN GILLOTTI SAFETY RESULTS OF SAFETY QUESTIONNAIRE 22 Achieving safety through training…

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