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Firefighter PPE cleaning rules are changing
Updated On: Nov 09, 2019

Firefighter PPE cleaning rules are changing

NFPA 1851 is being revised, and early proposals would make it more clear how fire departments should clean contaminated PPE

There has been an ongoing transition in the fire service toward coming to grips with the fact that dirty clothing is no longer acceptable. At one point in the not-so-distant past, heavily soiled firefighter clothing was perceived as a badge of honor, showing the experience of the firefighter.

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