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Entries for September 2008

Industrial emergency responders gather for fire training in Texas
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Failure to properly care for combustion equipment can have fatal consequences
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A pencil jammed in an alarm switch almost turns an ammunition ship into a floating bomb
Volume 23, No. 5
February 2007 refinery blast attributed to cracked piping
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Shortsightedness breeds crisis
Trying to regulate complex systems using simple ones
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Crane safety makes national headlines following accident at Houston refinery
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Emergency Services Training Institute initiates new process unit replica
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Pre-planning Then and Now
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Illinois company specializes in keeping fire departments fully staffed with certified professional responders
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February sugar refinery blast results in near record fines
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Did We Really Mean To Do That?
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Musings from the Chalkboard
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An isolated industrial facility in southeast California buys a new fire truck. The result is better fire protection for the entire region.
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To date, the impact of engine changes on fire apparatus mandated by the EPA remain largely unseen
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Engine manufacturers opt out of the emergency services market in the face of new, more stringent EPA emissions standards being phased in by 2010
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State budget crisis may force closure of Nevada fire academy
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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2008
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