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Campaign for Fire Service Contamination Control
Updated On: Mar 04, 2018

Exposure to chemical and biological contaminants on the fire ground is an increasing concern for long-term fire fighter health. Cancer and other diseases resulting from chronic exposures has become a leading concern for the fire service. 

Research goal and objectives: The overall goal of this project is to develop and facilitate the outreach of an educational campaign to control the spread of harmful fire ground contaminants, ultimately in support of improved fire fighter long-term health.

?Thanks to all who put the time and energy into the project including Beth Gallup. The Fire Service is Changing

The final report is available for you to download and incorporate into your best practices. 


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