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I am teaching a 3 credit undergraduate college course for John Jay College. It is based on my book "Responding to Routine emergencies". The official title of the course is "Utility Emergencies and the Fire Service". It is being taught at the New York City Fire Academy on Wednesdays from 6:00 to 8:30 PM. I am also teaching an on-line version of the class. The official title of the course is FIS 293. If you are interested in taking the course go to John Jay college's website at and register as a new student. The course includes carbon monoxide, natural gas, propane, electric, and high pressure steam emergencies and fires.

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