by Grand Forks Herald
January 28, 2012 at 3:11 pm in Grand Forks Herald
Volunteer firefighters getting burned out and either quitting or not responding to emergency calls is a growing concern for some Oil Patch fire departments. Continue Reading
Tags: emergency, firefighters, nd, Oil Patch, tioga, volunteers 4 Comments »
Time for the oil company to provide their own fire departments for those camps.
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For everything…These towns don’t want to invest in something that will leave them high and dry with a big bill once the boom busts…..However I do have a feeling this wont have a big bust like the 80′s boom did because it doesn’t look like there will be any surplus put into the market to bring the prices down. This might be a long haul and these costs need to be taken care of now before things go completely wild.
Even if this does go long and they are able to put out a call for trainees from other parts of the country……How many will stick around after their first sub zero call?
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Like they should have paid for the US being it’s body guard in Iraq. These republican corporations don’t care if firemen are getting burned out-never will. Time to man up and provide their own.
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The oil companies pay plenty of taxes, upon taxes.
When are the slackers collecting a government check and subsidy going to contribute anything?
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