CAP1150: Guidance on delivering an effective Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Service (RFFS)

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Title:Guidance on delivering an effective Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Service (RFFS)
Description:This guidance describes the stages that should be considered in carrying out a Task and Resource Analysis (TRA) to establish justification as to the minimum number of qualified/competent personnel required to deliver an effective Airport Rescue and Fire fighting Service (RFFS) to deal with an aircraft incident/accident.
Review Comment:None
Date:January 2014
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