NFPA 1584: Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises, 2008 Annotated PDF Edition
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Annotated by Ken Holland
Reference the NFPA 1584 Annotated PDF for requirements plus expert commentary on the reasons behind incident scene rehab rules.
Improve your occupational safety and health program and incident scene management by understanding the rationale for NFPA 1584's requirements concerning fire department members' rehab during emergency ops and training. The 2008 NFPA 1584: Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises Annotated PDF provides additional information in a powerful format featuring first-time commentary on the "whys" behind the rules!
NFPA 1584 Annotated PDF includes the full text of the Standard, new explanations, and full-color imagery.
- Gain electronic access to the complete 2008 NFPA 1584 text, with first-time requirements for medical monitoring during rehab, and terminology that is compatible with the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
- Hyperlinked icons take you to annotations that answer questions and help you avoid errors that could jeopardize safety. Link directly to all-new commentary written by experts with an in-depth knowledge of NFPA 1584.
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Improve protection for firefighters with a fuller understanding of the issues that impact their health -- including nutrition, hydration, and lifestyle. The 2008 NFPA 1584 Annotated PDF delivers extra facts, so departments can provide the proper rest, rehydration, and medical monitoring needed to safeguard emergency responders at incident scenes and during training. After initial download, no Internet access is required. (PDF, 26 pp., 2008; with 9 pp. annotations, 2012)
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