Sustaining Operations in a Volunteer Fire Department

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A disaster is a high risk, low frequency event—but they ARE becoming more frequent. Failure to plan to protect your facilities and resources, including personnel, will ensure the failure of your other response and emergency management plans. This hour we'll talk about how a small volunteer or combination department can ensure that it can sustain 24/7 operations in such a situation by focusing on nuts and bolts items that can get lost in the shuffle of federal regulations, intergovernmental agreements, and the "big picture."

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