Community Andalusia Method Chest

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Promote awareness of the Method Chest in all instances related to the rescue in both domestic and international disasters, especially in programs of cooperation to establish Andalusia. a On November 15, 2006, HE. City of Seville, capital of Andalusia, approved by resolution that the method 12 561 num Chest is the formal system of training and intervention to rescue dog teams. 3) Legislative background outside the Community Andalusia Method Chest, after making formal proposals relevant to the respective Government Institutions by Corps Commander General of Police, Heads of Fire Departments, delegates Politic , based on the considerable operating implies endorsement level of effectiveness demonstrated detection and rescue of people buried, among other things, has been elected and approved as the official system for various Government institutions: Chest Method Approved as the official system by Ministerial num: 009, January 27, 2004 of Ministry of Government Ecuador. Chest Method Approved as the official system by Ministerial num: 103, June 2, 2004 of Ministry of Internal Affairs of El Salvador Approved Method Chest as the official system by agreement num: 683 July 23, 2004 of the Ministry of State of Governance and Justice of Honduras approved the method as the system Chest official num Resolution 3666 of December 17, 2004 from Ministry of Municipal Government of Pereira, Colombia Chest Method Approved as the official system for num Resolution 05/2005 of the National Board of Fire Corps Paraguay and AJ num Opinion 351 March 3, 2005 the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Paraguay Method Approved Chest as the official system num Resolution 042/2005 of 12 May 2005 from the Ministry of Security and Justice, Ministry of Government of Black River, Argentina Chest Method Approved as the official system for nu108/38 Agreement.

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