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07/13/2012

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sandro pelissero

am a firefighter with 22 years of Italian experience in the field. For about three years I follow the new NFPA. I share the problems, serious and interesting Contina evolution. In Italy for years I'm doing interesting research on EV vehicles and HEV (I also played in seminars and courses of action) but here it seems too early for the mentality of relief workers and institutions.
If I had enough information to raise awareness among the best institutions, or be able to contact counterparts in Europe,
to carry out research and testing in sharing.
thanks

jelly andrews

This is very informative. Thanks for sharing this one. Great posting!

Marlon

Emergency responders are always work for public safety during emergency hours therefore they need proper support and facilities from the authorities to give public better safety, here we noticed the introduction of electric vehicle battery hazards that support the emergency responder for providing emergency services. These electric vehicles are consisting of a number of advanced techniques and features especially designed for emergency hour.

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