Introduction to Fire Prevention

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Prentice Hall Health, 1999 - Medical - 265 pages
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For courses in Fire Prevention.

This text thoroughly addresses the educational and administrative aspects of fire prevention, covering the contributions of both the public and private sectors. Offering an outstanding historical perspective on the field, the text examines fire safety programs, research activities, and arson suppression as a fire prevention measure. It uses a number of examples of actual programs and procedures including numerous international comparisons (including Canadian programs) and emphasizes relevant areas such as inspections, training and public awareness.

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Contents

Contents vii
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DEVELOPMENT AND ENACTMENT OF FIRE
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Housing Codes
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Copyright

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