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After Action Review Survey Findings and Recommendations
The After Action Review (AAR) outlines a process firefighters and overhead can use to evaluate their performance. The AAR process asks users to consider four separate questions about their activity: What was planned?
162.6KB Author: LLC Published: 2003 Posted: 1/1/2004
Author: BRENNA Published: 2008 Posted: 9/4/2008
Evaluation of Firefighter PPE - Nomex Shirt
To meet the needs of ﬁeld personnel, MTDC developed this questionnaire to learn about the utility of the ﬂame resistant shirt used by wildland ﬁreﬁghters. ... Please ﬁll out this questionnaire to help us improve ...
140.7KB Author: John Smith, MTDC Published: 2006 Posted: 6/14/2006
Heavy Equipment Survey
311.91 bytes Author: Val Jaffe Published: 2012 Posted: 10/26/2012
Results of the Survey for S520/620 Graduates
Interagency developments New IMT member outreach (recruiting, mentoring, coaching) Examples of what have been done, what could be done differently, what questions to ask or who to talk to when things don't feel right. ...
32KB Author: LLC Published: 2004 Posted: 3/23/2005
Strategy and Tactics Field Survey for Heavy Equipment
112.83 bytes Author: Val Jaffe Published: 2010 Posted: 2/25/2011
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