Residential Fire Safety An Interdisciplinary Approach

Residential Fire Safety An Interdisciplinary Approach
Residential Fire Safety Book Cover

(The Society of Fire Protection Engineers Series) Marcus Runefors, Ragnar Andersson, Mattias Delin, Thomas Gell – Residential Fire Safety_ An Interdisciplinary Approach-Springer (2022). “Residential Fire Safety: An Interdisciplinary Approach” is a beacon of knowledge, a comprehensive guide aimed at shedding light on the multifaceted landscape of residential fire safety. This book embarks on a journey through the diverse domains of fire prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery, offering a unique and holistic perspective that transcends the boundaries of individual disciplines. Ultimately, this book is a call to action. It is a testament to the power of collaboration and interdisciplinary thinking in the face of a formidable adversary. It is a reminder that by understanding the complexities of residential fires from multiple angles, we can better equip ourselves to protect our homes, our loved ones, and our communities.

The Contents of Residential Fire Safety An Interdisciplinary Approach

  • Fire-Related Mortality from a Global Perspective
  • Fire Fatalities and Fatal Fires – Risk Factors and Risk Groups
  • The Residential Fire Injury Pyramid
  • Fire-Related Injury Mechanisms
  • Fire Safety Management Handbook 3rd edition
  • The Evacuation of People with Functional Limitations
  • Fire Safety Surveillance: Theoretical and Practical Challenges
  • Implications for Prevention
  • Preventive Measures for Residential Fires
  • Smoke Alarms and the Human Response
  • Fire Fighting Techniques Training Manual
  • Impact of Interior Doors on Residential Fire Safety
  • Active Fire Protection Systems
  • ownh
  • Residential Fire Rescues
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis of Fire Safety Measures
  • Implementing Evidence-Based Fire Safety Promotion
  • Vision Zero for Fire Safety
  • Fire Safety Education Campaigns
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • Targeted Interventions Towards Risk Groups
  • Residential Fires in Metropolitan Areas
  • Early Responders as a Resource for Effective Response
  • The Road Ahead.

Download Free PDF

Sharing is caring !


Leave a Reply