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A file of documents relating to the establishment of A.R.P. personnel in Sheffield County Borough. Subjects discussed in the file include provisions for the employment of A.R.P. personnel, including allowances, training, equipment, clothing, accommodation, and meals; personnel requirements, including the recruitment of volunteers and skilled labour due to shortages; the working hours of personnel, including part-time and full-time personnel; provisions for the Wardens' Service; and provisions for the casualty services, including the first-aid, ambulance, and rescue services. Other subjects discussed include staffing provisions for the report and control centres; the construction of cleansing stations and depots; the employment of supervisory technical staff such as engineers; A.R.P. drills and exercises; the provision of lorry drivers; the provision of standby personnel; provisions for drainage work; provisions for demolition, salvage, and debris-clearance work; provisions for public utilities, including canal protection; and issues in the payment of volunteer firewatchers.
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