Help protect passengers from the risks of fire in road vehicles by referencing the most current methods of hazard evaluation in NFPA 556.
NFPA 556, Guide on Methods for Evaluating Fire Hazard to Occupants of Passenger Road Vehicles, provides critical provisions for vehicle designers, researchers and engineers. The 2020 edition offers in-depth information on using hazard-based investigating methods and the latest tools and techniques for evaluating fire hazards and risks in passenger road vehicles that can be used to establish timeframes for escape and rescue.
Content covers the following:
NFPA 556 addresses the cutting-edge challenges of mitigating fire hazards in passenger vehicles.
The revised NFPA 556 is a must-have for anyone who plays a role in helping to ensure vehicle occupant safety.
Changes to the 2020 edition include:
Stay up to date with passenger road vehicle safety to evaluate performance, mitigate risks and improve chances of escaping in the event of a vehicle fire. Fire risks are a significant hazard in passenger vehicles on the road. Help improve public safety by ordering your copy of NFPA 556, Guide on Methods for Evaluating Fire Hazard to Occupants of Passenger Road Vehicles, 2020 edition.