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fire boss

[′fīr ‚bȯs]
(mining engineering)
An individual who examines a mine for gas and other dangers. Also known as mine examiner.
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Fire bosses have launched their #StampItOut Summer safety campaign to warn how the service will do everything in its power to help Police Scotland trace those risking the safety of communities.
Emerald Coal conducted its own investigation, again asking Franks and Hoy for the names of the fire bosses. Franks and Hoy again declined to answer, and were suspended.
One key priority that fire bosses in Paisley is cracking down on is the menace posed by firebugs.
AN explosion that killed an elderly gran was caused by a gas leak ignited by a cooker switch, fire bosses have revealed.
to Wrexham Plaid Cymru Cllr Marc Jones, fears fire bosses may still look at cutting one of Wrexham's two fire engines to save money.
FIRE bosses have condemned thugs who throw stones at firefighters after the third such incident in as many weeks.
In Merseyside, fire bosses were considering merging stations to reduce costs.
Fire bosses warned they will take "prohibitive action" against companies who continue to call 999.
MERSEYSIDE fire bosses were told to review their safety procedures after a firefighter fell 20ft from a ladder.
5 years ago FIRE bosses on Teesside pledged emergency cover would be provided if firefighters went on strike.
THREE fire bosses arrested on suspicion of negligence following a fire which killed four of their firefighters have been released on bail.
FIRE bosses in Northumberland have launched a new safety campaign.