Fire Prevention Application
Brett Lacey, Paul Valentine
Designed to meet the objectives contained in the FESHE model Fire Prevention course outline.
Fire Prevention Applications takes a nontraditional look at fire prevention methodology and process. It explores and emphasizes the need for good public process and community motivation in solving present-day community injury problems.
This book provides the following:
- A more strategic approach to fire prevention and overall injury prevention rather than traditional code or system installation requirements
- Various suggestions and processes by which to engage and be productive in the everchanging political and economic demands of our communities
- Alternate methods or approaches to fire prevention (for reducing what seems to be an everincreasing response and alarm load
- Objectives of the USFA for fire prevention and insight for the types of fire prevention challenges faced in the twenty-first century
- Fundamental information regarding the history and philosophy of fire prevention from an organizational and operational perspective. The text examines the use of fire codes, correction of hazards, and advanced technology for implementing a fire prevention program in the twenty-first century
8 1/2" x 11" softcover
392 pages, color photos