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CISM policy
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Do any of the members of the various voluntary organisations here have access to their orgs CISM policy???

I'm looking to write one for a voluntary org and am looking for some inspiration.......

If they're publicly available then posting a link here would be brilliant, otherwise PM or e-mail it as an attachment would be much appreciated.
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#2
I'll look tomorrow. .... phecc and NAS one is available online http://www.cism.ie/
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(10-08-2015, 11:51 PM)coastguardsteve Wrote: I'll look tomorrow. .... phecc and NAS one is available online http://www.cism.ie/
Have the NAS one. It's more of a voluntary org perspective I'm looking for. Thanks though.
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No worries. ... I'll see if I can source civil defence one and coastguard
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#5
i had the omac one somewhere will try dig it up
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