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Documents supplied by Her Majesty's Fire Services Inspectorate

A Guide to the Inspection Process
Analysis of the Best Value Reviews of Procurement - Final Report
Dangerous Goods Emergency Action Code List 2004
Dangerous Goods Emergency Action Code List 2005 (Including Errata)
Dear Chief Officer Letter 2/2001: (A) Water Safety Awareness - (B) Technical Bulletin Amendment - (C) Building Regulations and Fire Safety - (D) Climate Change Levy on Fuel Costs - (E) Inspection and Testing of Breathing Apparatus Cylinders - (F) Portable Ladders for Fire Service Use - (G) Improved Arrangements for Ordering Fire Safety and Fire Recruitment Publicity Material - (H) Fire Brigade Statistical Returns for 1 April 2000-31 March 2001
Dear Chief Officer Letter 4/2001: (A) Fire Service Manual Volume 3: Fire Safety - (B) Fire Service Manual Volume 1: Fire Service Technology, Equipment and Media - (C) HM Fire Service Inspectorate - (D) British Standards - Various - (E) Interpretation Document of EN 3 Portable Fire Extinguishers
Dear Chief Officer Letter 5/2001: (A) Ending the Exemption of Schools and the Post Office from the Building Regulations - (B) Fire Service Attendance at Motorway Incidents - (C) Asbestos in Fire Brigade Premises - (D) British Standards - Various - (E) Cross Border Operation Activity
Dear Chief Officer Letter 6/2001: (A) Testing and Inspecting of Hydrants - (B) Application for a Fire Certificate - (C) Use of Mobile Telephones and the Siting of Transmitters on Fire Service Premises - (D) Automatic Distress Signal Units (JCDD 38)- (E) Breathing Apparatus Facemask Kit - Interim Guidance
Dear Chief Officer Letter 7/2001: (A) Mass Decontamination of Contaminated Casualties - (B) Extension of Existing Single Storey Retail Buildings - (C) British Standards - Various
Fire Service Guide - Vol 1: A Guide for Senior Officers - Health and Safety
Fire Service Guide - Vol 2: A Guide for Managers - Health and Safety
Fire Service Manual Volume 1: Fire Service Technology, Equipment and Media - Inspection and Equipment
Fire Service Manual Volume 2: Fire Service Operations - Acetylene Cylinder Incidents
Fire Service Manual Volume 2: Fire Service Operations - Natural Gas Incidents
Fire Service Manual Volume 3: Fire Safety - Fire Protection of Buildings
Fire Service Manual Volume 4: Fire Service Training - Guidance on the Management of the Risk of Heat Stress During Training
Fire and Rescue Service Manual Volume 4: Fire Service Training - Foundation Training and Development
Fire and Rescue Service Manual Volume 4: Fire Service Training - Youth Training and Development
Technical Bulletin 1/1997: Breathing Apparatus Command and Control Procedures
The Future of Fire Service Control Rooms and Communications in England & Wales - Radio Strategy Review
The Future of Fire Service Control Rooms and Communications in England and Wales - Final Report

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