Fundamentally, fire prevention and control refer to systems and practices that increase a facility's ability to avoid fires, limit the development and spread of fires, and rapidly and effectively control fires. Changing safety codes and regulations along with recent technological advances have rendered the first edition of this popular handbook som

chapter 1|8 pages

Nature of the Problem Chapter Objectives

chapter 2|18 pages

Fire Behavior

chapter 3|24 pages

Why Are Loss Control Programs Needed?

chapter 4|18 pages

Life Safety

chapter 5|28 pages

Hazard Control Hierarchy

chapter 6|48 pages

Installed Fire Protection

chapter 8|10 pages

Emergency Planning Chapter Objectives

chapter 10|6 pages

Coping with Fire Chapter Objectives