Fire in the United States 1986-1995

Fire in the United States 1986-1995

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This report is designed to arm the fire service and others with a statistical overview of the fire problem in the U.S. -- deaths of thousands of Americans each year, injury to tens of thousands, and destruction of billions of dollars in property -- that can motivate corrective action. It can also be used to select priorities and help target fire programs, serve as a model for state or local analyses of fire data, and provide a baseline for evaluating programs. Data was collected from the more than 13, 000 fire departments that participate in the National Fire Incident Reporting System, and analyzed. One chapter focuses on deaths and injuries to firefighters.USFA has developed a series of comprehensive manuals for fire service and EMS managers interested in instituting ... The 80-page Fire and Emergency Service Hearing Conservation Program Manual outlines measures to reduce the risk of ... Six reports published in November 1992 describe Urban Search and Rescue: in Will County, Illinois, Following the 1990 Tornado (#FA-122); in Crested Butte, anbsp;...


Title:Fire in the United States 1986-1995
Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1999-10-01
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