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2 introduction 4 FINANCE The identification of funding sources and managing everyday expenditures and budgets for the future. 6 Command Relating to injury illness and exposure in the fire service the health and safety officer plays an important role in the command structure. 8 PLANNING The collection evaluation and dissemination of information pertaining to the fire department. 12 OPERATIONS Emergency The management of operations directed toward reducing the immediate hazard at the incident site saving lives and property establishing situation control and restoring normal conditions. 18 OPERATIONs Routine Activities The identification of activities that lead to better health including wellness nutrition and training on cancer awareness and documenting exposures. 24 LOGISTICS The provision of all resources services and support required by fire department and its personnel. 28 Appendix A Model Guidelines 30 Appendix B Definitions 32 Appendix c Sample Wellness Medical Physical Exam FCSN Table of Contents ISSN 2470-4792 1