Toxic Twins: Gas Detection and Education Help Change "Smoke Eater" Culture and Policies



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A global call is underway for a change in fire-service culture that instills greater safe-work practices and standards to protect emergency responders from the toxic fire smoke found in today’s routine fires. No longer can firefighters safely enter smoke-filled environments without the protection of air, nor can they assume any fire ground is safe without atmospheric monitoring standards in place. While inhaling smoke used to be just part of the job, it has now become the most dangerous and deadly part of a fire-ground operation.

Updated Date: 
Monday, March 25, 2013