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    Talking Industrial Fire Brigade???

    Is there anyone out there that can explain to me the difference between a fire dept and an industrial fire brigade and/or where i can find more information regarding industrial fire brigades??? I would appreciate it and if it works better for ya, shoot me an e-mail about it. dan_20_smith@hotmail.com

    thanks!!

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    Sometimes it is a full blown fire department

    Sometimes it is a few paid firefighters and other plant employees back them up


    http://www.rtfc.org/wiki/RTF/HomePage


    http://ohsonline.com/articles/2003/0...rotection.aspx

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    Basically an industrial fire brigade is designed to handle in-plant emergencies, and their training is often limited to their specific facility.

    In some cases their are dedicated personnel, and in other cases, their are no dedicated personnel and the brigade is made up of employees that come off their normally assigned job tasks to respond to the emergency.

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