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Entries for 2009

On December 19, 2007, a process reactor containing six tons of gasoline additive blew apart in Jacksonville, FL, killing four employees and injuring 28 people.
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Firefighters search hot zone for injured T2 survivor
Volume 24, No. 6
Feds cite runaways similar to T2 Labs
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The more things change ...
Volume 24, No. 6
3M offers new fire barrier duct wrap to meet ASTM E 2336 standard.
Volume 24, No. 6
Pipe failure cited in refinery fire.
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Modern personal protective gear traces its origins back as far as humanity's will to survive
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International Fog demonstrates First Attack nozzle using CO2
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Putting meat on the bones
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Intervene or leave it alone
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Avoid being KOd by H1N1
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20th anniversary of epic Texas plant explosion
Volume 24, No. 5
Louisiana airport quickly recovers from firehouse blaze
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At Brayton, the safety man wields ultimate authority
Volume 24, No. 5
TEEX's international fire school network
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Still Our Greatest Enemy
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Training: chore or challenge
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Loss prevention pre-plan
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Williams Fire announces new generation of foam
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No "pre-plan" covers everything
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Feds issues video on dust danger
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Russell
2010 CAFS symposium promotes fire education
Volume 24, No. 5
Fire prompts record mass evacuation
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Evolution vs. intelligent design
Volume 24, No. 4
Demand for satellite telephones can affect emergency pre-planning
Volume 24, No. 4
Travel keeps ConocoPhillips Louisiana firefighters sharp
Volume 24, No. 4
Exterior insulation and finishing
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CITGO brings together contract firefighters with volunteers at Lake Charles
Volume 24, No. 4
Charting in the electronic age
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"Plan B" when electronics fail
Volume 24, No. 4
Electronics solve historic pump control issues
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Feds issue final report on tank collapse
Volume 24, No. 4
Virtual reality applied to emergency training
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BP holds spring fire school at Texas A&M
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Large-diameter fire hose's legacy
Volume 24 Number3
Coast Guard revises marine fire fighting regulations
Volume 24 Number3
Firefighters gather in Beaumont for 24th annual IFW conference
Volume 24 Number3
Los Angeles County firefighters battle underground fire in a refinery tunnel
Volume 24 Number3
CAFS helps Vermont factory avoid smoky flavored product
Volume 24 Number3
CAFS married with nitrogen brings mine fire under control
Volume 24 Number3
Latest research about preventing boilovers
Volume 24 Number3
DuPont introduces new thermal liner technology
Volume 24 Number3
NIOSH issues aerial ladder warning
Volume 24 Number3
Venezuela holds record for most people killed in a crude oil boilover
New EMS management text
Exterior insulation and finishing system
Volume 24 Number3
Foams, froth and concentrates
Volume 24 Number3
Government extends anti-terrorism rules to gasoline storage
Volume 24, No. 2
Does gasoline storage rate high risk precautions?
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Ferrara Fire Apparatus refuses to bind customers to 'cookie-cutter' designs
Volume 24, No. 2
Sutphen 'Tank Killer' aerial features high rail, box boom Huckbolt construction
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Feds promise stricter emissions controls in 2010
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Nevada Fire Science Academy instructed to pursue co-location deal with state National Guard.
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Remote control mobile monitor delivers big water to fire by maneuvering into riskiest locations.
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Offering a new line of hand tools made from special alloys, CS Unitec seeks to reduce the threat of fire and explosions when working in potentially combustible environments.
Volume 24, No. 2
Success lies in ample inventory
Volume 24, No. 2
Changing look in ambulances
Volume 24, No. 2
Gadgets, gimmicks and gizmos
Volume 24, No. 2
Private hydrants & industry
Volume 24, No. 2
Is your brigade ready for the worst that can happen?
Volume 24, No. 1
Determining which helmet an incident command safety officer should wear
Volume 24, No. 1
Louisiana rescue team takes first place
Volume 24, No. 1
Federal contract allows IAFF to lead development of lighter self-contained breathing apparatus
Volume 24, No. 1
Decision on Nevada Fire Academy postponed until February
Volume 24, No. 1
Gulf Coast strongly representedat 2-day September workshop
Volume 24, No. 1
International SOS helps manage health & safety risks facing world travelers
Volume 24, No. 1
Homeland Security Sponsors Response Robot Evaluation
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Why we extinguish more tank fires today
Volume 24, No. 1
Functional, safe protective gear ready now
Volume 24, No. 1
Learning and teaching online
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Hose and hose connections
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ExxonMobil refinery trains at Texas A&M
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Strict stopwatch governs protective clothing
Volume 24, No. 1
Software tracks chemical data
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Training guarantees BP competence
Volume 24, No. 1
Change, a consistent constant
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Ear protection for firefighters in development
Volume 24, No. 1
OSHA and hearing protection
Volume 24, No. 1
 
 

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