When confronted with a fire protection problem, building management is often desperately short on information and know-how in this critical component of protection for their own facility. It is not that the material is hard to grasp, but that there is so much of it that makes the task seem so daunting. Touching on the many subfields of fire protect

chapter 1|10 pages

Fire Prevention Basics

chapter 2|14 pages

Hazardous Commodities and Conditions

chapter 3|6 pages

Selling the Concept

chapter 4|8 pages

The Local Municipality

chapter 5|4 pages

The Role of Firefighters

chapter 6|10 pages

Automatic Sprinkler Systems

chapter 7|12 pages

Water Supplies

chapter 8|6 pages

Commercial Fire Inspections

chapter 9|8 pages

Fire Alarms

chapter 10|6 pages

Fire Extinguishers

chapter 11|14 pages

Fire Pumps

chapter 12|6 pages

Standpipe Systems

chapter 13|8 pages

Antifreeze Systems for Unheated Areas

chapter 14|6 pages

The Lifespan of a Sprinkler System

chapter 16|10 pages


chapter 17|4 pages

Lightning Protection

chapter 18|4 pages

Hotels and Motels

chapter 19|8 pages


chapter 20|4 pages

Enclosed Shopping Malls

chapter 21|6 pages

Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

chapter 22|4 pages

Nursing Homes

chapter 23|8 pages

Storage Warehouses

chapter 24|6 pages

Correctional Facilities

chapter 25|6 pages

Vacant Structures

chapter 26|6 pages

Paint Spray Booths

chapter 27|8 pages


chapter 28|10 pages