fire plan

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fire plan

A tactical plan for using the weapons of a unit or formation so that their fire will be coordinated.
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The multi-phased rollout will consist of a clear fire plan for each tower including full system ISO audits, periodic audits, and monthly and quarterly risk-focused inspections that cover all building assets and systems.
The most important measure is to have a fire plan for your family.
Cardy, Chair of the Master Fire Planning Committee, advised that the recently completed Master Fire Plan 2012-16 was built on the original plan to provide strategic direction for the county's fire department for the next five years.
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But clearly there is a long way to go and, unfortunately, people are still having fires and being injured through not having a fire plan and knowing what to do in the event of a fire.
Assistance programs to rural communities and landowners have been cut across the board, such as Economic Action Programs (eliminated), State Fire Assistance under the National Fire Plan (down 19 percent), and the Forest Stewardship Program (down 41 percent).
Make a fire plan for them and their family, know exactly what to protect them and their families from fire and also what to do in the event of a fire.
For example, the Trust lacks a fire plan, which would outline a decision-making process for responding to fires, and has not obtained liability coverage.
and Krueger and Sons, Forestry Consultants--that worked together to design and finance a wood-burning heating system for three Darby, Montana, schools were named to receive the first Innovation in Utilization of Biomass award from the National Fire Plan.
In the case of the fire plan, once it gets the opinions of the fire department representative and the hotel's senior management team, the loss prevention department reaches a consensus of what needs to be addressed.
At another Florida reactor, this one in Citrus County, a Triennial Fire Protection Baseline Inspection in July 2002 discovered, according to a "Briefing Summary," that not only did the Crystal River plant use "a significant number of local manual actions" instead of automatic shutdown, but that the plant's fire plan neglected to give adequate consideration to some of the practical difficulties of shutting a nuclear power plant down by hand.