Weblinks

Section of links for Federal Agencies.

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# Web Link Hits
1   Link   Center for Disease Control
349
2   Link   Consumer Product Safety Commission
299
3   Link   FEMA
Federal Emergency Management Agency
408
4   Link   GEMA
Georgia Emergency Management Agency
363
5   Link   IAFF (Stay Safe)
305
6   Link   National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
276
7   Link   National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
339
8   Link   National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
330
9   Link   National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
315
10   Link   National Safety Council
315
11   Link   National Volunteer Fire Council
320
12   Link   Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
405
13   Link   U.S. Fire Administration
310

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  • Indiana Grocery Store is a 'Total Loss' After Fire
    A Gibson County mainstay is reduced to ashes in an overnight fire. Owners of the local grocery store are starting to pick up the pieces, but residents say they're losing more than that.
  • Texas Firefighters Rescue Horses, Owners From Wreck
    Corsicana Fire and Rescue personnel had four subjects to help at a truck-trailer crash Saturday afternoon -- two people, and two horses.
  • Va. Firefighters Deal With Chemical Spill, Fire
    Nov. 21--TOANO -- A small chemical fire at Greystone Manufacturing was contained in about ten minutes by the James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department on Friday afternoon. According to fire department spokesman Bill Apperson, the fire involved a small spill of a chemical called "enprep," which is used in the industrial treatment of metal. However, he said, the exact cause of the fire is still under investigation. It was reported at approximately 1 p.m. No injuries were reported, Apperson said, and the building did not sustain any damage. He noted that because the chemical is very hazardous, the firefighters had to use special gear and go through a decontamination process before leaving the facility. "It's something that requires a great deal of caution," Apperson said, "so that's why we were super, super careful." Sampson can be reached at 757-345-2345. Copyright 2014 - The Virginia Gazette, Williamsburg