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Fire Safety and Risk Management: for the NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

by Fire Protection Association

This textbook is directly aligned to the NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management, with each element of the syllabus explained in detail. Each chapter guides the student through the syllabus...

Jumping Fire: A Smokejumper's Memoir of Fighting Wildfire

by Murry A. Taylor

Fighting fires since 1965, veteran smokejumper Murry Taylor finally retired from his legendary career after last summer-the worst fire season in more than fifty years. After three decades of parachuting out...

Fire Toxicity

by A A Stec & T R Hull

Toxic fire effluents are responsible for the majority of fire deaths, and an increasing large majority of fire injuries, driven by the widespread and increasing use of synthetic polymers. Fire safety has focused...

Combustion Ash Residue Management: An Engineering Perspective

by Richard W. Goodwin

Combustion Ash and Residue Management assists owners and operators of Coal-fired and Resource Recovery Power Plants. By applying the principles and reviewing the case studies examples described within this book,...

Playing with Fire: Chemical companies, Big Tobacco and the toxic products in your home

by Chicago Tribune Staff

The average American baby is born with 10 fingers, 10 toes, and the highest recorded levels of flame retardants among infants in the world. How could it possibly be in the US that children are already contaminated...

Fire Behavior of Upholstered Furniture and Mattresses

by John Krasny, William Parker & Vytenis Babrauskas

In the United States alone, deaths due to furniture and bed fires still rank as the top-most category of fire losses. The flammability of upholstered furniture is a major concern of engineers and others across...

Call the Fire Brigade!

by Allan Grice

Working as a fireman in London’s East End during the early 1970s was no easy ride. In the years before workplace health-and-safety legislation had started to exert its grip, Allan Grice had to cut his fire-and-rescue...

Wildfire and Americans

by Roger G. Kennedy

Three years after Roger Kennedy retired as director of the National Park Service, from his Santa Fe home he watched as the Cerro Grande Fire moved across the Pajarito Plateau and into Los Alamos. Two hundred...

Norman Hall's Firefighter Exam Preparation Book

by Norman Hall

Want to be a firefighter? Do you know what is involved in taking the exam? Don't take a chance at failing a test that you could ace-learn from the expert, Norman Hall. For more than a decade, Norman Hall's Firefighter...

Let the Bums Burn: Australia's Deadliest Building Fire and the Salvation Army Tragedies

by Geoff Plunkett

In 1966 a fire ripped through Melbourne's William Booth Memorial Home for destitute and alcoholic men. Although it remains Australia's deadliest building fire, it is, like the 30 men who died in that fire -...