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    • Creosote in Your Chimney? (FS 24) 

      Warner, Mardis; Lilley, William D. (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1981-04)
    • Early-Warning Fire Alarms (FS 1) 

      Baker, L.D.; Stewart, Larry E. (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1977-11)
    • Escape From Home Fires (FS 4) 

      Baker, L.D. (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1977-10)
    • Extinguishing Fires in Silos and Hay Mows (NRAES 18 - FRONT MATTER ONLY) 

      Murphy, D. J.; Arble, W. C. (Natural Resource, Agriculture, and Engineering Service (NRAES), 2000)
      Extinguishing Fires in Silos and Hay Mows will help firefighters understand how to approach and extinguish fires in silos and in hay and straw mows. Such fires can be controlled and extinguished before a disastrous loss ...
    • Farm rescue: Responding to incidents and emergencies in agricultural settings (NRAES 10 - FRONT MATTER ONLY) 

      Field, W.E. (Natural Resource, Agriculture, and Engineering Service (NRAES), 1999)
      The purpose of this revised handbook (first published and distributed by NRAES in 1980) is to help familiarize emergency medical and rescue personnel with basic principles and procedures for responding to agricultural ...
    • Fire Control in Livestock Buildings (NRAES 39) 

      Arble, William C.; Murphy, Dennis J. (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1989-08)
      This bulletin was produced to raise awareness of building design techniques, early warning devices, and automatic sprinkler systems that reduce the risk of major damage by a fire. It also discusses fire extinguishers and ...
    • Fire Extinguishers (FS 6) 

      Baker, L.D.; Eaton, E.O.; MacKay, Susan (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1977-10)
    • First on the Scene (NRAES 12) 

      Murphy, Dennis J.; Pollock, John; Smith, Gary; Bean, Thomas; Sailus, Marty (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1989-01)
      The ability to make the right decisions when a farm accident is discovered depends on whether you, the first person on the scene, have been trained in assessing farm accident scenes and first aid. You must be familiar with ...
    • Hay & Silage Fires (FS 10) 

      Murphy, D.J.; Campbell, J.K.; Baker, L.D. (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1978-11)
    • Safety in your Mobile Home (FS 5) 

      Murphy, Dennis J.; Jester, Ronald C. (Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service (NRAES), 1977-06)