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Fire Management Today: A New Look at Risk Management (Volume 71 No.1, 2011)   [open pdf - 2MB]

This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about the evolution of the Forest Service since the 1910 "Big Burn" fire titled "A Century Later--How Does the Tale End?" by Tom Harbour. Other articles include "Moving Toward a Coherent Approach to Safety and Risk Management" by Mike Apicello; "Just Culture Part 1: Effective Accountability for Principle-Centered Management" by Steve Holdsambeck; "Common Denominators of Human Behavior on Tragedy Fires" by Larry Sutton; "The Wildland Fire Decision Support System: Integrating Science, Technology, and Fire Management" by Morgan Pence and Thomas Zimmerman; "Just Culture Part 2: Understanding Why Accidents Happen" by Steve Holdsambeck; "Implementing Management Systems for Aviation Safety" by Ron G. Hanks; "How Accurate Is Your Kestrel®?" by Gary L. White; and "Some New Basics of Fire Behavior" Janice L. Coen.

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2011-02
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Fire Management Today (Volume 71 No.1, 2011)
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