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Industrial Fire Protection promotes the applied knowledge of fire prevention and fire protection within business and industrial environments. Included is an awareness of hazards such as smoking, housekeeping, electrical hazards, flammable materials, combustible liquids, flammable gases, welding, and cutting.


  1. Identify the foundational aspect of industrial fire problems.
  2. Discuss mechanisms used by organizations to manage industrial fire problems.
  3. Analyze fire behavior in an industrial setting.
  4. Formulate industrial emergency planning within loss control programs.
  5. Evaluate industrial fire protection.
  6. Explain the value of establishing industrial fire brigades within emergency response teams.
  7. Identify industrial fire equipment and use.
  8. Discuss the benefits of having an industrial fire brigade and communication in an industry setting.




Industrial fire brigade: Principles and practice (Rev: Rev. ed.)

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning (2015)
Author: International Association of Fire Chiefs, & National Fire Protection Association
ISBN: 978-1-284-06168-0
Price: (No information available)

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