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|Title: ||Management strategy for fire|
|Authors: ||Naylor, C.|
Wilson, C. P.
Voss, B. L. D.
Murray, K. C.
|Issue Date: ||1972|
|Publisher: ||Fire Protection Association|
|Abstract: ||This publication describes how fire protection thinking should be applied to a total business, rather than just to the safeguarding of building and contents.
The subject is approached from the standpoint of being self-insured. The question of whether to seek cover for the inevitable remaining risks after applying the thinking put forward is a separate
issue not within the scope of this booklet.
To bring the whole subject alive the publication uses hypothetical factory settings and simulated industrial situations to show how management can organize its own strategy for the control of fire. The
procedure advanced is broad in concept, designed to stimulate practical management decisions in the formative stages of a project.|
|Description: ||ERAF: 48425|
|Appears in Collections:||Digital Preservation of the FRS/BRE Fire Research Archives|
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