Best Practices to Minimize Injuries and Deaths while Using Privately Owned Vehicles (POVs) for ESO Responses

A report exploring best practices while using privately owned vehicles (POV) for ESO responses. The report is a joint effort between the Volunteer and Combination Officers Section (VCOS), Safety, Health and Survival Section (SHSS), and the NVFC.

It contains model policies and recommended procedures fire departments can adopt to minimize injuries and deaths while responders are using their own vehicles during emergencies.

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  • Topics:
    • Department Administration
    • Human Resources
    • Retention2
    • Human Relations, Diversity & Inclusion
    • Volunteer
    • Retention
  • Resource Type:
    • SOP/SOG
  • Organizational Author:
    • Volunteer Combination Officers Section
    • Safety Health Survival Section

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