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    Manufacturer: Nautical Institute

    Naval Handbook for Ship Firefighters

    £40.00
    This classic handbook is designed to complement the training given to naval firefighters and so covers safety, correct principles and use of equipment, types of fire and emergency response.
    ISBN: 9781870077729
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    Published: 2006

    Fire at sea is one of the most dangerous hazards. For naval ships, which carry ammunition and fuel with large crews, a quick and disciplined response to fire is essential.

    This classic handbook is designed to complement the training given to naval firefighters and so covers safety, correct principles and use of equipment, types of fire and emergency response.

    The last chapter examines the hazards to be found on commercial vessels with particular reference to cargo fires.

    Published: 2006

    Fire at sea is one of the most dangerous hazards. For naval ships, which carry ammunition and fuel with large crews, a quick and disciplined response to fire is essential.

    This classic handbook is designed to complement the training given to naval firefighters and so covers safety, correct principles and use of equipment, types of fire and emergency response.

    The last chapter examines the hazards to be found on commercial vessels with particular reference to cargo fires.

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