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    I am currently starting the process of figuring out exactly what my department needs to do in order to improve our ISO rating. We have already added an additional Class A pumper since we were rated last, but I would like to find out what else we need to do. My problem is in finding some kind of "checklist" or reference source that details necessary equipment, records, training, etc. that ISO will want to see and that will help to improve our rating. Does anyone know of a guidebook or outline to follow? Any other advice?
    Captain 203
    FF/EMT-CT

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    http://www.geocities.com/Baja/Trails/6658/askiso.html
    IACOJ Canine Officer
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      http://www.isomitigation.com/fire1.html

      Follow the various links on that page and you will get checklists etc. by ISO.
      The above is MY OPINION only and not that of anyone else. I am not representing any organization in making a post here!!!!

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        ISO survey
        http://www.isomitigation.com/fire4.pdf
        The above is MY OPINION only and not that of anyone else. I am not representing any organization in making a post here!!!!

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          In Texas the State Senate passed a bill that gives ISO credit to cities that use CAFS equal to what is allowed for having water hydrants.
          Mark Cummins

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            This address has the best information I have found.
            http://www.isoslayer.com/
            Mark Cummins

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