High-rise Security and Fire Life Safety

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003 - Business & Economics - 548 pages
High-Rise Security and Fire Life Safety servers as an essential took for building architects, building owners and property managers, security and fire safety directors, security consultants, and contract security firms.

* Provides the reader with complete coverage of high-rise security and safety issues
* Includes comprehensive sample documentation, diagrams, photographs to aid in developing security and fire life safety programs
* Serves as an essential tool for building owners and managers, security and fire safety directors, security consultants and contract security firms
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 HighRise Building Definition Development and Utilization
1
Chapter 2 HighRise Assets and Security and Fire Life Safety Threats
21
Chapter 3 Security and Fire Life Safety Uniqueness of HighRise Buildings
27
Chapter 4 Security and Fire Life Safety Surveys
49
Chapter 5 Security Systems and Equipment
97
Chapter 6 Fire Life Safety Systems and Equipment
177
Chapter 7 Security Policies and Procedures
231
Chapter 8 Management of the Security Function
261
Chapter 9 Investigations
293
Chapter 10 Building Emergencies
307
Chapter 11 Building Emergency Planning
409
Chapter 12 Laws Codes and Standards
475
Chapter 13 Liaison with Law Enforcement and Fire Authorities
513
Chapter 14 Apartment and Residential Buildings Hotels and Motels and Hospitals and HealthCare Facilities
521
Index
529
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