Occupational Health & Safety For Fire Service

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Joseph Bruni

Occupational Health and Safety for the Fire Service is intended to aid emergency service managers and leaders with the reducing the injury and death of emergency workers by implementing the latest occupational health and safety standards and regulations.

As the number of line of duty deaths and injuries continues to remain consistent, Occupational Health and Safety for the Fire Service addresses the need for an increased emphasis on education and safety.

Providing students with a comprehensive approach to risk management, safety-related regulations and standards, and safety program development and management, author, Joseph Bruni, uses his years of practical experience to convey the need for safe practices in the fire and emergency services, incorporating FESHE and NFPA references guidelines throughout.

With fourteen chapters including Key Terms and Review Questions coupled with a robust supplements package in MyFireKit for both students and instructors, this text presents real life case studies and a unique chapter dedicated to “lessons learned” to demonstrate the importance of a collaborative as well as a personal commitment to safety in the fire and emergency services profession.

Features Include:

  • Up-to-Date information meeting the FESHE guidelines for Occupational Health and Safety
  • A comprehensive approach to occupational health and safety, accessible to all fire service personnel interested in establishing and maintaining safe practices in the line of duty or implementing their own safety program
  • Provides information on updated standards and regulations, new technology, specialized incidents and current trends
  • Introduction, Key Terms, and End of Chapter Review Questions throughout to reinforce student learning and retention


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SpecificationsPearson Education / Brady, 2012
8" x 10" hardcover
300 pages, color photos and diagrams
ISBN: 978-0-13-513808-3

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